Travel Blogs from Baton Rouge, United States

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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 ...

A New Adventure, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

A New Adventure

A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli

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Who can sleep? Not me, I am much too excited to sleep. It's 3:30 A.M. and it's April 15th. I have waited for this day for a very long time. You all know that my daughter, Jenelle has lived in Australia for a very long time and I have dreamed of visiting ...

Somewhere outside of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Somewhere outside of Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by five

I can't remember much about this ...

Grand Canyon Bus And Father's Day Tours, Baton Rouge, Kazakhstan travel blog

Grand Canyon Bus And Father's Day Tours

A travel blog entry by signerik03

If you're serious about attending the USNA or any other army academy, purchase a couple of books (or check them out of the library) on the procedure. It's really worth the expense because if you go after this dream, you will be investing a lot much more ...

David's Big Birthday Trip, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

David's Big Birthday Trip

A travel blog entry by sskelley

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David and I leave on our big trip in a couple of days. It is time to start packing! It looks like we may have a couple of ...

Aged to Perfection, Batton Rouge, United States travel blog

Aged to Perfection

A travel blog entry by topanga

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... was a bit to mutch. But it was on the way to New Orleans, so we planned to come back the next day. We got back in Baton Rouge by 6 and Allen had set us up for dinner at Drusilla Seafood at 7pm. HIs friend Jim would join us, except, Jim never got the ...

Getting Ready, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Getting Ready

A travel blog entry by lsuatmospherics

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As of March 20, the flight and hotel were paid.  Bought tickets to Universal as well. After that, I haven't thought too much more about it.  I'm sure it'll all sink in by the weekend.  I have a long list of things to do including supplies, ...

Baton Rouge, LA, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge, LA

A travel blog entry by gantmj

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Journée de visite, Bâton Rouge, United States travel blog

Journée de visite

A travel blog entry by danetdom

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Nous avons quelques heures seulement pour jeter un coup d'oeil rapide sur Bâton Rouge.  Ce n'est pas très gros, mais nous avons vu de très belles bâtisses, visiter un superbe musée, on s'est promené sur le bord du Mississipi...Très ...

Day 160 New Orleans - Baton Rouge Louisiana, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Day 160 New Orleans - Baton Rouge Louisiana

A travel blog entry by popusa2008

Day 160 New Orleans - Baton Rouge Louisiana. A sleep in day, gee how did that happen? Well we had planned only to travel to Baton Rouge only 70 odd miles away. We made contact with Bob, and ascertained it would be a 2 hour or 2.5 hour run. We set sail ...

Preperation, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Preperation

A travel blog entry by amandaaclavier

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I've slowly but surely been gathering items for my trip. The challenge is that i need to make my backpack as light as possible because I'll be traveling by train quite a bit. Since the weather will be around 50 degrees F I decided that wearing tunics ...

One more day to Pa!, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

One more day to Pa!

A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli

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VERY EXCITED ! I have to thank my daughter's Cindy and Jenelle and my son Leonard for helpings me set up this blog. My trips would not be the same without all the help they have given me. This will be the most exciting thing I have done in a very long ...

Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by stately

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I'm getting ready to leave Baton Rouge after a very busy but enjoyable couple of days. Firstly I had hardly dropped my suitcase in my room when Ray, Sherwood and Perwan from the Louisiana DSS had arrived to take me out for dinner and drinks. We went out ...

Day 4: Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Biloxi, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Day 4: Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Biloxi

A travel blog entry by steffie1112

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... over closer to the capitol building and checked out the garden and a statue of Huey Pierce Long, a former Louisiana Governor. After I left Baton Rouge, I drove to New Orleans. I wasn't going to stop but the explorer inside of me said I had to! I ...

Journée à Baton Rouge., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Journée à Baton Rouge.

A travel blog entry by monique_roch

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Rollin' on the River- The American Queen returns, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Rollin' on the River- The American Queen returns

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb

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... a planned departure to head up to a wedding for two nights is besides the point. Schedules just happened to work out that we were in Baton Rouge at the same time the American Queen was, and I was able to hop on for two nights. It was a wonderful return ...

The boats of Venice, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

The boats of Venice

A travel blog entry by ceseal

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Ok I admit to being a "boat person", so I was fascinated by the boats on the canals and Lagoon of Venice. Whereas this posting will likely to be of interest only to those  individuals of a similar persuasion, it's apparent that Venice only ...

Church and state, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Church and state

A travel blog entry by ceseal

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Following John's tactic, we set our early Tuesday morning the 27th to be at the front of the queue for admission to St. Mark's Basilica at San Marco. We succeeded beyond expectations and found ourselves first in the queue much like John the previous ...

Jackson, Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Jackson, Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc

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... restricted. We were lucky to find a parking place and we did a quick tour of the downtown area. From there we headed for Baton Rouge which is an oil town. We passed many refineries along the way into town. There is a very attractive riverfront development ...

Officially unemployed...my last day at work, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Officially unemployed...my last day at work

A travel blog entry by akunamatata

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I'm all done. No more hot plates, yelling "CORNER!" around every turn, no more side work. I'm a pretty happy lady. My 3 month run as server has abruptly ended. Now I've just got to make sure all the elements are in line for our upcoming bike expedition. ...

Closing the loop…, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Closing the loop…

A travel blog entry by ceseal

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... to have the lower prices. Our on-board computer indicated an average gas mileage of 25.7 miles/gallon- not bad! Before leaving Baton Rouge, we had a brake job and got new tires- both of which we were thankful for when driving the highways and mountain ...

Week 10 - Alabama at LSU, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Week 10 - Alabama at LSU

A travel blog entry by jasonandjanell

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... case study for the Alabama game.  I came to this game expecting a lot of animosity toward the Alabama fans who made the trek to Baton Rouge, but it was fairly benign except for one thing.  There is a saying among the LSU fans.  Tiger Bait. ...

Day 7 Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Wednesday), Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Day 7 Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Wednesday)

A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014

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... nearest cross-street – Alligator Bayou.  We then buggied back to the carpark, collected our car and drove off towards Baton Rouge, capital of Louisiana.  Wow, what a compact little city Baton Rouge is, not even half the size of ...

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

Denver to Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by mfg98

Visted LSU for ...

Baton Rouge, LA., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge, LA.

A travel blog entry by jarallis

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You Can't Keep Me Down Sitting In My Rocking Chair, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

You Can't Keep Me Down Sitting In My Rocking Chair

A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli

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It has been nine months since I arrived back home from my wonderful visit with Jenelle in Australia. So much has happened and now I need to take off again and have a little fun. I will be going on another bus tour with some friends to Florida. We will ...

Baton Rouge - Lousiana's Capital City, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge - Lousiana's Capital City

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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... the state historical museum and is quite interesting since Louisiana has such different origins from most American states due to French settlement. I also went to the Baton Rouge Art Museum and the Louisiana State Museum on my day in Baton Rouge. Overall, ...

Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, USA travel blog

Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by max-n-macgowest

... hour drive so it worked out pretty well. On our way we had some really good Italien buffet at Sicilian. We arrived at around 8 in Baton Rouge and met our host Bryan. We all took a quick shower before our host took us on a little tour through the ...

Girl's weekend, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Girl's weekend

A travel blog entry by junestreet

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This weekend I'm going to Myrtle Beach for a wonderful weekend with girlfriends. Two of these ladies I have known since second grade. I have heard that you can't make old friends. How ...

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