Magnuson Hotel Baton Rouge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Drove the Creole Nature trail, a scenic drive through wetlands and wildlife refuges near Lake Charles, LA. Saw lots of cool birds, a bunny, and a pretty big snake in the road (alive). Stopped at a beach where there were tons of really cool shells. I found lots of interesting ones but decided to leave them in their natural habitat. Also saw a very large dead jellyfish washed up on the shore. Then I ...
On our way to Cajun Palms, we stopped at Crazy Dave's (for White Russians and burgers) the local Bass Pro Shop for some stainless steel water bottles. We got the bottles...$30 each...and then proceeded ...
This is a new overnight for me. Mesa didn't go to Baton Rouge. This would have been a fun overnight. We got in about 11:30 pm and didn't leave till about 5:30 pm the next day. I realized before we even landed that I forgot to pack pants! I usually have my bag packed with the same thing in all the time. I take clothes out, throw then in the washer and put them back in my suitcase. But with ...
... is about 25 miles north of Baton Rouge in the sleepy little village of St. Francisville. We brought Lily with us because we knew we wouldn’t be gone for too long at a time and it wasn’t a hot or steamy day. We pulled into the plantation, checked in at the office and found that one tour had just started and the next one would be in 30 minutes. There was a restaurant called The Carriage House which looked interesting, if expensive. It was 1:30 ...
... boat (6-8 people). It costs only a few dollars more and you often end up being the only guests on the boat - a private tour that is really enjoyable. As well as the natural flora and fauna you get an oversight of how people have lived in the bayou for generations. Due to Hurricane Katrina some of the waterways have changed and parts of the traditional "spooky" bayou are disappearing quickly so like many rain forests you need to see it soon. Tour the traditional bayou = ...