Best Western Forest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... several small towns along the way. Every house and business is on stilts. This includes the schools, post office, and stores. Drove through Abbeville which was a really cool town. Shrimp and crawfish restaurants everywhere. Finally made it to Cypress Bayou Hotel and Casino where we have one night comped. The room is beautiful. Tomorrow on to New Orleans via Morgan ...
... Factory (oldest in America) too early for their tour, so I checked out a few things, bought a couple things, and then we headed back home.
The next day, we took a drive over to the Tabasco plant and store on Avery Island - we did the tour just a couple of years ago, so I just stopped into the store to pick up a few things.
Heading to N'awlins on Thursday, and Keri will fly in on Wednesday for a long weekend.
... Baton Rouge had been canceled so that the crew/airport could celebrate the 4th of July – then why have that flight listed????). This time at least the people were nicer and more communicative. We didn’t have to stand at the counter for 4 hours, just one and then they took us back to the airline office (yes, we have now gone behind the scenes of the airport – not exciting). After much back and forth with all three ...
Last night we had our first (and probably last) taste of crawfish. They are these really ugly creatures, that you twist off the tail and get a tiny bit of meat to eat. Not worth the effort. Our shrimp were way better even though they are cooked with the heads. Today we went to the Tabasco Factory and Jungle ...
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 ...