DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Baton Rouge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... loving the meals I recall so fondly from 20 (!) years ago. Brynn loved the dirty rice, Annie loved the ribs, and Katie loved the smoked sausage. On the road with full tummies, we were back on I-10 east. The girls slept soundly for 90 minutes and somehow we'd all magically digested our lunch enough to be ready for drive-thru milkshakes for snack. We made good time and drove all the way to Baton Rouge and checked into a little two bedroom suite for a relaxed ...
We left hot humid New Orleans to begin our trip up the Mississippi, and after collecting another car, we drove via Baton Rouge to this quaint parish as they call it St. Francisville. This time we're staying in a BnB on the grounds of one of the plantation houses called Greenwood, The original house had been built by a British colonist Barrow, who built it to represent some fabulous building perhaps The Forum ...
... others toured city, major sailboat race,
Day 11 May 20 T Rome: Arrived Civitavecchia, bus to Rome (Elena)- Hotel Ambasciatori, forgot hat on bus-returned next day,, walked to Spanish Steps and Trevi Fondation, lunch at local restaurant, pizza across street from hotel (waiter's wife worked in Baton Rouge)
Day 12 May 21 W Venice: Fast train to Venice, met by Untour host ...
... actually attached) to Doge's Palace in San Marco, was built in the 11th century as a replacement for an earlier church at this site. Its Eastern-style architecture connects Venice with Byzantium which protected it from Charlemagne. Byzantium was an ancient Greek city which was rebuilt, became the new capital of the Roman Empire under Emperor Constantine in 330 AD and was ...
... workmen, supplies, equipment, etc., move via what I have termed "work boats." Basically, they are of similar design but painted differently. They are steered via a rudder and tiller. On one occasion, we saw a helmsman looking straight ahead and moving the tiller with his foot. Dogs were often seen on these boats- sometimes in the cockpit and sometimes on the foredeck. I know this is a civil engineering thing but the "garbage boats" were very interesting and ...