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Finally we found someplace to stop!
We drove down to the road to get into this Walmart, well, every entrance had a yellow height barriers blocking the entrance - but we could see 3 motorhomes in the parking lot. We went around to the back entrance and were able to drive right in. We got ...
... at a roadside stand called Hebert's for some boudin and some cracklings. Boudin is a Cajun sausage. Cracklin's are fried pig stomach. We didn't like either, but we can say we tried them.
Picked up some Subway and returned to the hotel to watch the game. What a slaughter. Tomorrow on our way to New Orleans. It's still raining.
Woke up and hit the road at 10 a.m. It was very cold and overcast. 47 ...
... it was the size of a Walmart. It was fantastic. All kinds of food, candy, sodas, coffee, toys, jerky, and whatever you can imagine. The bathrooms were amazing. I tried to take some photos inside the men's room, but almost got beat up. We spent about half an hour there. Got back on the road, and drove on to Houston. As we approached the city, we got stuck in a massive traffic jam caused by freeway construction. ...
Upon the discovery that we could visit the Tabasco factory on our way to Houston we headed to the home of the spicy stuff, Avery Island, LA. And by "on the way" from Baton Rouge this meant it was going to add 1.5 hours more driving.
You had to pay a $1 per car to get on the island but otherwise it was free. The place seemed small but they insisted that all Tabasco is bottled here. These days most of the peppers ...
... for additional Christmas gifts.
Stop 8: Shadows-on-the-Teche - We arrived in the town of New Iberia after 6 pm, not expecting to find too much activity. Surprise! The town was celebrating the holiday season with a bake sale, historic home tours and a trolley ride. We did not get into Shadows-on-the Teche, an historic house and garden built in the 1800's by the Weeks family, wealthy sugarcane growers. Strong supporters of slavery, I'm sure ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center