Best Western Plantation Inn

Address: 2179 Highway 70, Donaldsonville, Louisiana, 70346, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2179 Highway 70, Donaldsonville, is near Houmas House Plantation, Bocage Plantation, and River Road African-American Museum.
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      A travel blog entry by amandaaclavier on Feb 08, 2015

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      ... great for cold weather as well as when it rains.

      Now to the backpack... After extensive research I bought the one that looked the most comfortable and that had the best reviews from backpackers in my budget (which was $100).

      My flight is booked, the train rides are booked... All i have to do now is book the hostels and the few attraction tours I want to participate in. Its far better to book with tours to avoid public lines since I don't ...

      Baton Rouge, LA

      A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jan 20, 2015

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... to Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. However, Louisiana is a state of contrasts. The people are warm and welcoming, exuding southern charm, while the roads and buildings are in need of serious repair work! We visited the Louisiana State Capitol Building in downtown Baton Rouge, the tallest state capitol in the country at 27 stories high. We went to the 24th ...

      We're on the road, again.

      A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jan 16, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... of our trip to San Antonio was visiting Fran and Len King, friends we met on our NCL Epic cruise in November last year. We had dinner together, and the next day they took us on a driving tour of their San Antonio. We saw some beautiful old homes, the synagogue, and ate amazing "real Texas BBQ" at Rudy's. If ever in San Antonio, you must eat BBQ at Rudy's! It was the best I've ever tasted and the creamed corn is not be missed. ...

      Drove the Chevy to the levee....

      A travel blog entry by helwit on May 12, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the upper classes of society. They generally married within their own population. Their houses are distinct as they are painted bright colours and generally did not have hallways. American owned plantations were usually painted white. This house has a raised brick basement and brick between posts upper floor, called briquette-entre-poteaux. It is furnished with many original antiques as the property functioned as ...

      Nottoway Plantation and Tally-Ho

      A travel blog entry by abbyshack on Apr 22, 2013

      7 photos

      ... on the Tally-Ho plantation in the 1890s but it burned in 1945. My Great Grandfather, Milton Preston Jarnagin, remained close with the Murrell family even after he married my Great Grandmother and apparently took his family to Tally-Ho for visits. He died at Tally-Ho in May of 1895....I am not sure of the cause of death. I have been working on my genealogy lately and being able to make the connection with Tally-Ho has made our visit here very special to ...