BEST WESTERN La Place Inn
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... Pea Hen as I found out it was died on Christmas Day.
Jeremy is in the next trailer, a park model singlewide and
keeps it and his lot in fairly good condition, and has a live in girl friend,
and 2 sons. Jeremy works for his dad in the family business, Eddies R.V.
Repair. A nice guy. Next to him is an empty lot, and then on the corner is a 5th
wheel, and beside that is another unit out of the 90s, again in much need of a
bath and tenderness ...
We had a long bus ride today after an early start. As the greyhound bus was departing at 9.15 we had to be at the station to check in bags by 8.45 so we were waiting out the front after breakfast and checking out at 8am for a taxi to come. We waited about 20 minutes before the taxi finally turned up, it just got to the point where I was getting worried we might miss our bus and he came. It only took 15 minutes to get to the station so we were there with about half hour ...
... yourself to another beer. You could also order a very large container called a HOPR (hopper) with a tap at the bottom that held 8 beers for $22 (don't get the calculator out, that's $2.75 each). The food was excellent sports bar food. The half-pound burgers were stacked high, the mozzarella sticks were called logs (because they are), and the Zydeco (spicy Gulf ...
... the mountain with a panoramic view of the valley before you. At the bottom of this descent at km 238 there is a large highway interchange with some huge electric wind generators in view. You want to go left at this interchange. It is not well marked, but after you make the turn to the left you will go toward Tapanatepec. There will be a new Pemex station on your right. You do not take the road to Salina Cruz. Arriaga is the next major town and ...
... pier where we bought our tickets for the Natchez. The call sounded and band started playing. We were ushered onto the boat and it was just like we were in the old days! The tour was very informative, showing us the largest sugar refinery in the world, where some of the levies broke during hurricane Katrina, along with many facts of the port and the river itself. One is even allowed in the engine room, which I really enjoyed. The concept is so simple, and it ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN La Place Inn LaPlace
Excellent customer service, room is modern and clean. I would recommend staying at this location only 30 minutes away from New Orleans.
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