The Prevost House

Address: 606 Palfrey Street, Franklin, Louisiana, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 606 Palfrey Street, Franklin.
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Travel Blogs from Franklin

The Plague of Yellow Fever Continues

A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jul 08, 2014

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... up. I have no idea how this system works, but I really feel there should be something done about the convoluted system the airlines use. In the digital age, there has to be an easier way. They still use dot-matrix printers!!! Of course, this way the airlines can make life difficult for people and still get their money (BTW even if we had made the flight out of San Jose, we weren’t getting home that night as the flight from ...

Tabasco Day

A travel blog entry by sparcat on Apr 07, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... Got to taste a huge variety of Tabasco products and watch the bottling and manufacturing process. The whole place smelled like one big tabasco pepper. Then we drove through the Jungle Gardens and saw alligators, turtles, white egrets, anhingas, spoonbills and 1 snake. Really getting a feel for the Bayou culture. ...

Now I know we are in the South!

A travel blog entry by sparcat on Apr 06, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... built by Joseph Jefferson, who was the playwright that wrote the Washington Irving story "Rip Van Winkle." He then performed it over 4500 times in his lifetime. The home was built on a salt mine and in 1980, a Texas oil company was drilling in the lake, when it broke through to the salt mine. 65 acres of land then imploded into ...

Avery Island the home of Tabasco

A travel blog entry by oliverlodge on Mar 25, 2014

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Time to leave Blue Dog heaven and chatting to Jessica, hotel manager of the year!, she suggested popping down to Avery Island taking in the home of Tabasco and also visiting Shadows of the Teche a magnificent antebellum Louisianna mansion in New Iberia (the town George Rodrigues is from!). Well, Jessica says, so Ollie and Kenn do...

Avery Island ...

A Full Day of Sight Seeing--We loved it

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa on Mar 06, 2014

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... was built in 1912 and the equipment and building are original. They still mill and package the rice the way they did in years gone by. Visit to order their rice products which are all gluten free, organic, MSG and GMO free. We were able to sample their Pecan rice—which was delicious. It is as healthy as brown rice, but fluffy like ...