America's Best Inn & Suites Lafayette Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lafayette
... There were so many gators, we lost count. Some were babies and one was over 2000 pounds and 100 years old. Lots of turtles and birds. The Bayou had cypress tress with the moss hanging and it really was very beautiful. We are packing up and getting ready to head to Florida tomorrow.
... Got to taste a huge variety of Tabasco products and watch the bottling and manufacturing process. The whole place smelled like one big tabasco pepper. Then we drove through the Jungle Gardens and saw alligators, turtles, white egrets, anhingas, spoonbills and 1 snake. Really getting a feel for the Bayou culture. ...
As we drove into New Iberia, Louisiana to go to a museum, we forgot it was Sunday. The entire town (and I think Louisiana) closes on Sundays. So all we got was a picture of cool old historic buildings and a Pro Life Town Hall Meeting sign.
We headed back to Abbeville and made a detour to the Rip Van Winkle Gardens. It was a ...
So we left the cruise ship and thankfully, our refrigerator and freezer worked. Drove over 200 miles to the heart of Cajun Country. Abbeville, Louisiana. It sure is a different world here in the deep south. We went to a bar to listen to Cajun music. Nobody could sing, but it didn't matter. Still fun. Its supposed to rain 4 inches tomorrow. I hope we don't float away. ...
Well I finally got the call I'm heading to Iraq May first. I took a short trip back home to the states to see the family and eat some crawfish and of course take care of some important business. I also did some stocking up on protein and supplements for here in Columbia. It was really good to get back home to the states and drive again blaring my country music, and then of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking