C.A.'s House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 624 Ford, Lake Charles, Louisiana, 70601, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Lake Charles

Exploring the Gulf Coast

A travel blog entry by ilantha on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment

... a second, smaller, alligator who was chilling on the bank. So fun! Randy was very happy, and felt the trip (and his own worth as our host) had been redeemed by seeing those creatures, and the wonderful experience we had with the shrimp fisherman. (Poor guy, he mentioned a few times that he puts lots of pressure on himself about stuff like that—about being a “good” host, though we tell him that he’s just perfect!)
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Dancing Zydeco in Cajun Country

A travel blog entry by ilantha on Sep 13, 2014

... new steps more quickly. I even danced this complicated line dance—the trickiest I’ve ever done. And Gabi did really awesome for his first time dancing zydeco! We also danced his first waltz, which he took in stride, too (ok, bad pun). We happily danced every song until the night ended at around midnight. We took a selfie with Randy’s 75 year old friend—his first ever selfie, he said!

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First Day in Lake Charles

A travel blog entry by ilantha on Sep 12, 2014

... saw live crabs in there, and saw the boiling pots and seasoning in the back of the restaurant where they make crawfish boils, crab boils, etc. Cool!

After that we bought Randy some Duck Dynasty PJ’s, which he adores, enjoyed yummy pralines (pecan candy), and watched the movie, Ray. It was a great movie, and the performance of the actress who played young Ray’s mother made me cry several times.


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Leaving the west behind

A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 26, 2014

... time and every lane into San Antonio was at a standstill. The by pass was busy and before I got to I 10, it was a two lane road again under construction. The ride to Houston was pretty boring and warm, just the way I like it. Then I smartly took a break just before taking on Houston and it's I10. This was my reward for skipping the nature route, five lanes wide with an additional three HOV lanes. Every one of them was a fast lane, none were ...

Two hot cities

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 11, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... bearing down from all sides is very intimidating. If I leave space for comfort, cars invariably cut through the group. the group passed the location I stopped at so I ended up behind them. after Houston, I took a detour by Winnie based on a recommendation from someone at a gas station and a review of the maps.

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