BEST WESTERN Chateau Louisianne Suite Hotel
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Greetings from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. We are currently parked at a Walmart parking lot right off the I-10. We went further than expected today, and only have an hour or so to go to get to New Orleans.
We got on the road around 10:30ish this morning, wanting to let the commuter traffic through Houston subside before driving through town. Our plan worked as the traffic never slowed and before long we were looking at Houston in the rear view mirrors.