Travel Blogs from Baton Rouge, United States

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What a Road Trip, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

What a Road Trip

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe

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... Bruce Springsteen and Queen to name a few.   We left Tavares at 10.30am and arrived in Port Allen (just West of Baton Rouge) at  9.20pm (after gaining an hour when we passed through a time zone) so needless to say we were rather ...

Hitch hiking......??, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Hitch hiking......??

A travel blog entry by bridgetwes91185

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... hiking for me lol!! Gotta ride to Baton Rouge from Kevin. A guy I met on line. He's a nice guy. When i arrived in Baton Rouge, I met his parents. They seemed extremely nice! Very traditional feel. They assured me that I was safe & welcome. Lol..... ...

I went to church.., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

I went to church..

A travel blog entry by bridgetwes91185

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... to but two pairs from amazon.com for like 80 dollars!! I also got some water filtration tables. The weather is looking really bad in Baton Rouge. Hope it gets better b4 I arrive in Mexico. And I hope weather is better in Mexico. So glad I am not ...

Back to Babylon!! :(, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Back to Babylon!! :(

A travel blog entry by bridgetwes91185

This amazing quest I've been on has left my cup half full, instead of empty. Learned alot. My morals and values have become stronger. I have slept in the jungle, traveled to five country's. made new friends from all over the world. Couch surfed at a ...

First long trip away from home., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

First long trip away from home.

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy

... when I was nineteen. Departing from the place where I grew up, we changed planes in Atlanta and landed in London. I still remember the price of that plane ticket: US$400 for the round trip from Baton Rouge to London! It's probably more than that ...

Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by dbailey5

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State Capital, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

State Capital

A travel blog entry by llamast

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Stopped by the state capital so dad could get a picture for his puzzle ...

let's geaux to BR, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

let's geaux to BR

A travel blog entry by azelling

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Maddie and I left Tampa to visit her mom and sister in Louisiana. Baton Rouge was very hot so we enjoyed the A/C in movie theaters, the Louisiana Science Museum, and hanging out with our cat Hendrix. We finished our trip to BR with a 4th of July ...

Travelling on the Ferry is an act of patience, Batton Rouge, United States travel blog

Travelling on the Ferry is an act of patience

A travel blog entry by topanga

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... saved 20$.  We could also make plans with Alan for the evening. But oh boy, my guessing was so wrong. I expected us arriving in Baton Rouge by 7pm - and for dinner - but it would be way later. I knew already that taking a ferry is a journey on once ...

We seem to be on a College Tour, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

We seem to be on a College Tour

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb

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... thing. The only other prominent thing in Baton Rouge (beyond LSU) is the ExxonMobil petrochemical refinery we passed on Route 61 as we drove into town. While I love Garth Brooks' song "Callin Baton Rouge," I finally understand why he was driving away. KHa ...

Driving day ..., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Driving day ...

A travel blog entry by huppwits

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After an amazing visit in Lafayette, we roll on to Baton Rouge. We have a family friend who was born and raised there. Her sister was one of my Mom's dearest friends. She has graciously offered to have us for a couple of nights. Her driveway in the back ...

Hot in Louisianna!, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Hot in Louisianna!

A travel blog entry by irv2

sky was overcast and the A/C was doing a good job of cooling the vehicle.  No burned out compressor here!  I think it was just so hot nothing could cool things down.  Haven't had to use the generator for the roof air yet, so we are hoping ...

An international treasure..., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

An international treasure...

A travel blog entry by ceseal

... and some high end shoe and clothes manufacturing facilities such as Prada. We did see a number of elaborate Villas in various states of repair- some beautifully maintained and some in a state of decay but did not observe any anticipated shoe factories. ...

Louis and Roger invade the Naval Museum in Venice, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Louis and Roger invade the Naval Museum in Venice

A travel blog entry by ceseal

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... early map of the Atlantic Ocean (Mare Del Nort) and the surrounding land masses presented a reasonably accurate depiction of the United States and the West Indies. One scale model depicted a two lateen sail configuration with an unusual forward rake on ...

Gumbo and some great Cajun food, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Gumbo and some great Cajun food

A travel blog entry by dandadan

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Winnie to Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Winnie to Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle

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... never mind the bridge is interesting as a lift pulls the centre section up for boats. Back on the 10 and getting closer to Baton Rouge I ring around hotels, all the ones in the centre are either booked or way too expensive so we settle on a Best Western ...

ROAD TRIP: WINNIE ,TX TO BATON ROUGE,LA, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

ROAD TRIP: WINNIE ,TX TO BATON ROUGE,LA

A travel blog entry by jdboy

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... us crossing multiple busy streets. At some point I hope I will learn to look the right way prior to crossing otherwise I may well die. Baton Rouge looks like a nice place, very hot and humid though. Unfortunately, we won't get time to check it out. I have ...

Through Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Through Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by andre.george

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I must say, this was the most unattractive of the states we visited.  I almost felt like I wasn't in the USA anymore.  Felt closer to my Caribbean home in terms of development and grass growing on the highway and the shoulder being extremely ...

The Rest of the Journey, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

The Rest of the Journey

A travel blog entry by fleebeau

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I am not too sorry, but I would like to apologize for leaving you all hanging on the edge of your seats about the rest of my European Adventure.  After the last entry, things just moved so fast and/or I didn't have internet and/or I was distracted ...

LSU, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

LSU

A travel blog entry by ericalee

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We just keep playing one-nighters!  I can't wait to spend a few days in Canada, in one place, even if it is cold!  We were at the LSU campus at Baton Rouge tonight.  It was a good show.  Nothing too out of the ...

ZIPPING ACROSS MISSISSIPPI and LOUISIANA to TEXAS, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

ZIPPING ACROSS MISSISSIPPI and LOUISIANA to TEXAS

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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... are just impossible to catch. For me, the biggest missed "fish" of the trip was crossing the Mississippi mid-morning near Baton Rouge LA. The thick greyish-white fog eirily covered the river's waters with smoke stacks of sea-going ships boldly piercing ...

Chicago Day II, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Chicago Day II

A travel blog entry by hvincent

Got up early to call my kids room to wake them up so they could get ready to eat breakfast board the bus again. This morning we are going to the Field Museum. Parted the hotel at 9:30 and headed out the the Museum. Once we got to the Museum we were able ...

Well on the way to Houston, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Well on the way to Houston

A travel blog entry by knownicaragua

We left this morning after bringing Sarah to camp.  We got beyond Atlanta down to the Golf Coast and stopped at a place we know from a previous trip in Baton Rouge.  We will be in Houston by noon ...

Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by bcope100

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We were originally scheduled to be in port at 8:00 am, then they announced it wouldn't be until 10, then noon. Kateva had a hair appt scheduled which she'd changed at least 3 times...so she changed it yet again for 8 am. The ship was having a brunch at ...

Follow my Fellowship to the UK Here!, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Follow my Fellowship to the UK Here!

A travel blog entry by dr.cummins

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Follow my trip here! This trip is a Fellowship funded by the Fund for Teachers. It funds thousands of teachers to travel where they can learn the most to help their students. Visit the FFT website for more information on this nonprofit ...

never again, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

never again

A travel blog entry by hibnerandross

EIGHTEEN MILE BRIDGE. Enough ...

The Capital of Louisiana, Baton rouge, United States travel blog

The Capital of Louisiana

A travel blog entry by wolfsea

Nice town. A bit serious. We visited the grave of P.'s doughter. Sad moment. Still, nice folks. I just love them greens. You know who you ...

Finally on the road., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Finally on the road.

A travel blog entry by expeditioners

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Got off to at late start then ran into some traffic congestion on the way out of Baton Rouge however it was a clear shot after that. ...

Exploring Plantations, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Exploring Plantations

A travel blog entry by nomadicguard

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Daddy's taking us to the zoo today!, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Daddy's taking us to the zoo today!

A travel blog entry by adamc26

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Hey loyal blog readers, This is an entry which doesn't need much writing you'll be glad to know. It's mainly about the pictures! It was a lovely day in Louisiana so we decided to take the kids to the zoo ( we really wanted to go, but taking the kids was ...

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