Travel Blogs from Baton Rouge, United States

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Travel Day, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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... ; You could tell it was Saturday and football season as we came through the state.  The cars were bumper-to-bumper headed to the Baton Rouge and the LSU game. The KOA we stayed at was older and getting into the sites dare I say was a ...

Mobile, Alabama-New Orleans & Baton Rouge., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Mobile, Alabama-New Orleans & Baton Rouge.

A travel blog entry by dianne.kennett

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... we walked a fair way and still didn't see it all. We decided not to stay in New Orleans and instead we had a hotel booked in Baton Rouge, 70 miles up the road. We got there about 6 pm and just went to our hotel, we were feeling pretty tired. We are ...

A Day on the River in Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

A Day on the River in Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by munroe

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It was a warm, sunny and beautiful day on the River today. We walked around and saw some of the old buildings and attended the Blue Grass Fest. Was a great time. Before we left the river we drove to the Hollywood Casino on the water. Came out ahead ...

It is my time., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

It is my time.

A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli

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     I know that it may sound selfish to say it is my time but I feel that my life has changed and I have started a new begining through the door that God has opened up for me for the rest of my life. You see I am the youngest of six ...

Stopped in Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Stopped in Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by kennedyfamily

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... streets are too narrow to navigate a RV through. However, we did get to see a little bit of it. We ended up stopping in Baton Rouge. Pretty happening city. We are staying at a Doubletree Suites. The hotel is beautiful and staff is so friendly. We got a 2 ...

Where I'll spend my next five years, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Where I'll spend my next five years

A travel blog entry by findmeasim

After more than 30 hours flying and 10 hours waiting, I reached Baton Rouge where I'll spend the next five years of my life. I realized that I arrived earlier than my baggage and after another hour of waiting, I got it. All's well that ends well. But this ...

It's a wonderful day in the neighborhood..., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

It's a wonderful day in the neighborhood...

A travel blog entry by ceseal

While not on our original list of sites to visit in Venice, John and Cindy encouraged us to visit two sites near them-actually one directly across from their apartment- Frari Church and one about 100 yards to the east of them on the same walkway- Scuola ...

Just a small detour :/, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Just a small detour :/

A travel blog entry by sharileane

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... of three.  As in most things, there was a little divine intervention working here.  The only temple in Louisiana is in Baton Rouge....and look where we ended up :)  Since we missed seeing the Birmingham Temple due to our breakdown we were ...

Mission Accomplished, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Mission Accomplished

A travel blog entry by shipoffools

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... the new house.  They packed their gear into Joey's truck (and I do mean packed!) and Joey drove them back to Baton Rouge.  Then they realized that they had not cleaned out Perla's ice chest holding the leftover lunch meat and chicken. ...

Button Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Button Rouge

A travel blog entry by landasouth

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Fresh from the wilds we arrive at the striking Capitol building in Baton Rouge. A monster piece of art deco the building rises above the city amidst lush parks near the Governer's Mansion. Unfortunately due to all the storms the previous evening, and the ...

Stormy Weather, day 6, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Stormy Weather, day 6

A travel blog entry by rschaerfl

Hi All, The 200 mile trip from Mobile to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, skirting New Orleans, was filled with massive storms, high winds, tornado warnings all along the way, at least 3-5 inches of driving rain and dark clouds moving across the ...

Back Home, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Back Home

A travel blog entry by lsuatmospherics

Safely Back ...

GOOD MORNING WORLD!, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

GOOD MORNING WORLD!

A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli

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Ok, WORLD HERE I COME I HOPE YOU ARE READY FOR ME BECAUSE I AM READY FOR YOU.                BUS DRIVER MOVE THAT ...

Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by jarallis

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Ballroom all day, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Ballroom all day

A travel blog entry by ricecube

Pretty much Ballroom all day. Watch competition at day, and dance at night. Brunch at IHOP, Dinner at some Japanese place w/ Scott, Jenny, Bing, Jason, Thomas & ...

Chicago Day III, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Chicago Day III

A travel blog entry by hvincent

Repeat of wake up call to room to get the kids up for breakfast downstairs. Boarded the bus and headed out to the Chicago Sky-deck at 8:30. This was the Sears Tower where we were able to go up the 103 floor where we could overlook the city from above ...

If this is breakfast, then Supersize me., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

If this is breakfast, then Supersize me.

A travel blog entry by lizzieashford

When I applied to LSU, I knew that football (the American kind) was a pretty big deal. The team had been 2007 nation champions, their stadium was called 'Death Valley', and I had seen banners adorned with the popular slogan "I bleed purple and gold" (the ...

test, Baton Rounge, United States travel blog

test

A travel blog entry by garykwray

test ...

Ready, Set, Run, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Ready, Set, Run

A travel blog entry by russoae

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It has been about a week since the last update and everyday brings me closer to liftoff and more checks on the to-do-list completed.   Work: Last Sunday, July 18th, I said my goodbyes to the Louisiana State Archives. I will ...

Atlanta, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Atlanta

A travel blog entry by abrpwx

Aaron, the name I was given at birth. . . I was always different.Louisiana born and raised.. . .I love to eat. How many black people do you know with green eyes? Fast-forward to the present,changes, through all the pain and strife to where I am now, in ...

Camping, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Camping

A travel blog entry by gart_2011

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Crossing the Mississippi, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Crossing the Mississippi

A travel blog entry by arjunrebecca

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Checking Louisiana for Flees and stuff, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Checking Louisiana for Flees and stuff

A travel blog entry by rbtweety

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... see we had a free breakfast and coffee, walked the dogs, checked out and started on our trip to Houston, Texas. Before we left Baton Rouge we went downtown to see the USS Kidd Memorial---no Steve we didn't go to the Casino.....! After we checked it out ...

Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by imakespots

Pork...that's about ...

Busted flat.  Well Changing Greyhounds anyway., Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Busted flat. Well Changing Greyhounds anyway.

A travel blog entry by raymarietinetti

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... missed our connection.  Just had time for a pretty crappy piece of pizza in the restaurant at the Greyhound station.  Left Baton Rouge at 7 and arrived in New Orleans at 8.30.  $13 cab fare with a maniac driver to The Monteleone Hotel The ...

Baton Rouge - next to the Mighty Mississipi, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge - next to the Mighty Mississipi

A travel blog entry by marty_chrissie

An easy 130 mile drive west along Highway 10 to Baton Rouge with a short stop at Covington to experience a "small town", with a six-lane highway down to it!! We found the historic district and a lovely, old high-ceilinged coffee shop where we took our ...

Rice, BBQ and leaving Texas, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Rice, BBQ and leaving Texas

A travel blog entry by ravfam

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... slept soundly for 90 minutes and somehow we'd all magically digested our lunch enough to be ready for drive-thru milkshakes for snack. We made good time and drove all the way to Baton Rouge and checked into a little two bedroom suite for a relaxed ...

Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Baton Rouge

A travel blog entry by mec011

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Starting Place, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Starting Place

A travel blog entry by lsuatmospherics

Starting ...

Getting the RV fixed, Baton Rouge, United States travel blog

Getting the RV fixed

A travel blog entry by kennedyfamily

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Had to call Cruise America to get the RV fixed. The tires needed balancing. The RV was shaking at 65+ mph. We are at Capital Fleet Services. What nice, helpful LOuisiana ...

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