La Quinta Inn & Suites Lake Charles Prien Lake Rd
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2-13-2014 Lake Charles, LA 12 Oaks RV Park Happy Valentine’s Day! We took the free ferry from Galveston Island to the mainland and had a nice ride through the countryside to Lake Charles. We stayed in a private campground, always a let down from a state park but it was on our route and convenient to the lakefront town. We had some great creole food at Pat’s ...
... graduated from SE College in Hammond and ended up in the family business. They had pretty much everything an RVer could need and we were more than happy that we were putting money in their pockets instead of the corporate pockets at a nearby Camping World! I fully intend to send a letter to them and copy it to one of the RV magazines that likes to keep up on good customer experiences.
We grabbed a quick hamburger...our first since leaving home...and ...
... buffet food was quite good, I drank a few fingers of free whiskey, and met a few co-workers while I was at it. Apparently my softball prowess reputation proceeds me, as it is usually the first thing to come up after I introduce myself. I don't mind that at all. I didn't end up gambling at all, most people just stayed at the Jack Daniels bar for the majority of the night. When I left at midnight, there ...
Oh great. Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal just declared a state of emergency for this weekend for the hurricane headed to the coast. We better beat it outta here tomorrow, long pedal flat.
Nice drive in the back roads. We saw miles, and miles of sugar cane, and got to one spot where they were harvesting this stuff. Wow, big machines, lots of them, heavy-loaded trucks.
Not much happened on this day. We had a few hours to drive to Lake Charles in order to take a boat tour into the Louisiana bayou. Naturally, in preparation for this we watched The Princess and The Frog in the van on the way. On arrival we met up with the boat tour leader, who was called Cajun Jack. The 'Cajuns' are originally from Canada and migrated hundreds of years ago and settled in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility