Travel Blogs from Baton Rouge, United States

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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 ...

I'm never coming home, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

I'm never coming home

A travel blog entry by jpshoop

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Day 9: Greenville, MS - Baton Rouge, MS Today's blog post is going to be quick.  I'm staying in downtown Baton Rouge and want to go out and explore. The day started off with donuts from a great little hole in the wall place in Greenville, MS.  ...

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 ...

Baton Rouge LA, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge LA

A travel blog entry by schwagma

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Louisiana country, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Louisiana country

A travel blog entry by jeff.mann

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Outside of New Orleans you can tour the bayou and the sugarcane plantations. Both New Orleans or Baton Rouge can be used as the base for these tours. The plantation tour gives you a taste of the 1800s sugar industry when sugar was considered "white ...

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 ...

A Special Easter Mission, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

A Special Easter Mission

A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli

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It's early Sat. morning and I'd like to share with all my family and friend that I will be going on a very special Easter Mission Sunday 14 at 8:00 A.M. I have always wanted to visit the Holy Land in Jerusalem but never got the chance. When I was told ...

Day 16 - Home, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Day 16 - Home

A travel blog entry by expeditioners

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With the benefit of the overnight stop, we took our time to get back on the road. We paid for our overnight stay at Sherling Park and Campground and finished the 5 hour trip home completing the 2735 mile journey (measured by the GPS). It was quite a ...

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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Red Stick, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Red Stick

A travel blog entry by domenoe

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... our destination for this evening.  Cheryl has been out getting a few essentials while I write today's entry.  The plan for tomorrow is to see a few sights in Baton Rouge, Louisiana's capital city, and then heading to the RV park in New Orleans. ...

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 ...

Woods Arrives Up Short In Abu Dhabi, Baton Rouge, Kazakhstan travel blog

Woods Arrives Up Short In Abu Dhabi

A travel blog entry by signerik03

It's time to go back again to work, grocery shop, capture up with family and buddies and tackle that mountain of soiled laundry you just pulled from your suitcase. Welcome back to genuine life. See or view chapter subheadings as breathers or "pauses." ...

Nice day riding around Baton Rouge, Tara Place, United States travel blog

Nice day riding around Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by huppwits

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We had a nice breakfast with Margaret. Read the paper and had a long visit She suggested we park at LSU Vet School and ride the levee bike trail into downtown. So we did. About three miles of paved flat path. Fun though. Could see the Mississippi as we ...

Electric  Vehicles And  Easy It Is To Charge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Electric Vehicles And Easy It Is To Charge

A travel blog entry by approvedinfo60

As I look at available choices, I see that there are in fact 3 styles of hybrid or electric type motor vehicles now available to decide from. Thethirdtype is the all-electric automobile This car receives all of its horse power from the battery. In ...

Going Home, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Going Home

A travel blog entry by lsuatmospherics

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... just garbage but things like books, laptops, money.  She was a very friendly lady.  It was 82 when I landed in Baton Rouge Monday evening.  Seems spring is in full bloom here now.  The azaleas finally bloomed.  Of course, as of ...

Swampy Day, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Swampy Day

A travel blog entry by nl.opiola

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... , let it dry and then fill your mattress!! We also held a 4 year old alligator. Very silky smooth. Found a campground in Baton Rouge and toured the town. Very impressive government buildings for the state capital. Tried our luck at the casino. We ...

Day 1: Baton Rouge - Jackson, LA, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Day 1: Baton Rouge - Jackson, LA

A travel blog entry by carstenwho

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Stats: Km: 66,91 Tid på sadlen: 3 t 9 m 58 s Avg. 21,13 Max: 45,19 Temp. Ca. 31 Første dag på sadlen forløb ganske godt. Startede dagen med en betjent kom hen og sagde jeg havde den forkerte hudfarve til dette kvarter, så jeg ...

1st overnight of this trip, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

1st overnight of this trip

A travel blog entry by aprils331

This is a new overnight for me.  Mesa didn't go to Baton Rouge. This would have been a fun overnight. We got in about 11:30 pm and didn't leave till about 5:30 pm the next day. I realized before we even landed that I forgot to pack pants! I ...

Depart, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Depart

A travel blog entry by ricecube

9:00 Bing's Place (Jason was late) 10:00 take off 4:00 after quick lunch Baton Rouge in the afternoon 4:00-6:00 America smooth competition 7:00 Dinner 10:00 Back to ballroom 2:00 Hotel ...

Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by djh

 This was such an awesome trip, we met awesome people and had a blast seeing the church there and how on fire for God they were. I went to the Bass Pro shop in Denim Springs, oh yeah! Gotta love hunting! Louisiana was such a nice place and it was ...

Rajasthan Wildlife Tour Packages Can Be Fun, Baton Rouge, Kazakhstan travel blog

Rajasthan Wildlife Tour Packages Can Be Fun

A travel blog entry by signerik03

As a informal tourist you wanted to do was laze about on the beach and soak up the sunlight. You thought that lolling about, buying and consuming would be enjoyable and you would have the time of your lifestyle. When looking at homes, appear for the ...

Eve of the adventure, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Eve of the adventure

A travel blog entry by expeditioners

... exception of "relaxing". It should be a fair trade-off to see the natural wonders of our mid-west states. The 18 day trip will take us from Baton Rouge, through Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Utah and back down to Arizona to head back home ...

Day38, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Day38

A travel blog entry by gyoungen

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88 miles, 5hr 12 min, 17.2 avg only 420 ft of climb. We followed US190 all day. There are some really dicy spots at times with lots of loose stones on very narrow berm. There are three bridge climbs on this route. The worst was the one in Krotz Springs ...

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