Super 8 Opelousas

Address: 5791 I-49 Service Road South, Opelousas, Louisiana, 70570, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on 5791 I-49 Service Road South, Opelousas.
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Travel Blogs from Opelousas

Vermillion Village and Jean Lafitte National Park

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 08, 2015

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... who work in the village and demonstrate their crafts. There was a story teller, a lady spinning cotton thread who would later weave the thread into cloth, two musicians (guitar and small accordion), a furniture builder whose ancestors have been furniture builders for several generations, and wood carver who made wooden boxes and duck decoys. They were pleasant to talk to and very informative about their ...

A Rest Day

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 07, 2015

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... church

We went out to dinner at Randol’s. They have Cajun food and live music. Jim had Fried Boudin Balls and an entrée of Crawfish étouffée, Fried Crawfish and Crawfish Au Gratin with rice and French fries. Barbara had Seafood Gumbo and an entrée of Crawfish étouffée, Fried Crawfish with rice and French fries. ...

Avery Island, Cajun Food and Tabasco Factory

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 06, 2015

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... was used mostly in cooking for flavor. The crawfish was a great new experience.

3. The Konriko Rice Co. We went to the store front in New Iberia to a company that processes and sells rice to distributors. One of their specialties is Pecan Rice. It doesn’t have pecans in it, but it smells like pecans when it’s cooking. We had a cup of the rice to try and yes, it smelled a ...

In Lafayette Louisiana

A travel blog entry by winniestravels on Mar 29, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... expelled by the English from the Maritimes. Angele has direct ties to them as there is a large contingent of Richards and Daigles which is her linage, It was interesting to see that there were no Thebeaus that imigrated here. Very moving learning what they went through. After we spent a while in a Cajun/Zydeco bar on the water and enjoyed the band and the Cajun dance moves.

Till next time. eye eeeeee!

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Food, glorious food

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Feb 07, 2013

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Our last stop was Earl’s Cajun Market. At first I thought it was odd that we were stopping at a grocery store but the store was stocked with a lot of locally sourced sauces, meats, and seafood. Marie and the owner’s father explained the use of some of the items and pointed out some sauces that were particularly good, found in every Cajun’s pantry. Very interesting. Then they served us boudin and cracklins. Unlike the ...