BEST WESTERN PLUS Slidell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> We got on the road about 9:30 and about 10:30 crossed into LA and stopped at the Tourist Info Center. By this time I was driving since we knew about the BRIDGE at Lake Charles. So down went Bob's hat and with his eyes closed, we went up and over Lake Charles. Made it without incident. Our journey continued on til we came to Crowley, LA. There we stopped at Walmart, only 2nd one we had seen since leaving Beaumont, walked around ...
... graves consist of Madame Laveau the big momma of voodoo with her vault continuously defaced with the voodoo markings of XXX. Nicholas Cage, known to be a little weird, has purchased a site for his burial in the future and has built a large ugly gray pyramid as his vault. Lots of other notables in history and our tour group consisting of a total of 6 tourists was just right.
Finally we reached the mighty Mississippi. We saw where the big paddle steamer took off every day but the boat itself was nowhere to be seen. Saw a selection of palm readers/fortune tellers/artists & musicians that line the streets daily.
Grabbed a peanut butter & bacon burger at Yo Mama's. I have to say it was pretty tasty though not sure if I would do it again. We split it since a fully loaded baked potato ...
... to our hotel. We dropped our bags off at the hotel and grabbed a cab and headed down to the French Quarter for a bit of site seeing. We got out of the can at Jackson Square. We took a walk around the block, took some time to watch some entertaining street performers. Ethan spotted a Tabasco store that he was quite excited to check out. Then we took a horse drawn carriage ride around the city to learn some of the local history. We ...
... Back at the hotel we had a rest, and late that night I convinced Lisa to come out. I had heard of Bourbon street, and I could not believe that this was it – we were here! Only a short walk from our hotel we were right in it. It was a Tuesday night at gone 12, so it wasn’t very busy at all. We walked up and down the street before deciding to call it a night.
Paddle Steamer!! Yep, we woke up the next morning, got ready and made our way down ...