Americas Best Value Inn and Suites
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... and Spanish moss trees all along the route. Passed by lots of bayou's all along the way. Kept looking out for alligators. Yikes!! Our first stop was in Duson, LA where we stayed at the Frog City RV Park. It was a nice park for the night and the folks were extremely hospitable. The area is known for its Boudin and Cracklins. Boudin is a spicy red blood sausage and Cracklins are fried pork rhines. Billboards all along the ...
Cindy, Carl, Gayla & I spent several hours in the WWII museum. It was great! Especially the 4D movie narrated by Tom Hanks. We enjoyed a great lunch at Couchon's. More museum and then back to the hotel. Dinner at Emeril's was THE best, especially the ...
... issue when the food is so good. But if you visited be prepared! The Commander's Palace was recommended and it did not disappoint. Hard to get into, we managed an 8.45pm reservation. My appetiser was wild Louisiana white shrimp, tasso ham, pickled okra (amazing), sweet onions, 5 pepper jelly and crystal hot sauce beurre blanc. My soft shell Louisiana blue crab was the best crab I have ever had. You get the picture, this ...
... The Chicago Sun-Times, Harp, Guitar Player, Down Beat, The New Yorker, The New York Press and many other national and regional publications. During the gig both Polly and Tyler wandered off. Afterwards we found Tyler but Polly, in his bright red Hawaiian shirt was no where to be found. Losing hope we fired off some text messages not expecting a response and headed back to the hotel "just in case". Miracle of all miracles, there he was passed out in his bed. We grabbed ...
... boy were we wrong! Bob said he would be OK driving over the bayous because the road is low, but there are bridges and they are high. So for the next 20 miles or so I could see his anxiety building. We finally exited the highway to switch drivers, but then we noticed that the Bayou driving was over. OH well, now we know and next time we will be prepared.
We trudged onward and made it to Slidell. We drove over to the campground ...