Comfort Inn Broussard
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... to be pulling at least 100 cars filled to the brim with black coal. The next one was carrying containers stacked two high and many tractor trailers, which made me happy because they were not on the road with us. The third was a mixture of box cars, oil tankers and open-bed cargo cars loaded with lumber and other building materials.
We drove through Fort Worth and as we passed, on the outer edge of the city, we saw ...
... to 6 stops on the food tour, all local, all types including a coffee shop, supermarket, bar, and bakery. Our favorite was a maple boudin (kinda like sausage) biscuit. Serina liked it so much she became one of those people who takes pictures of food.
Then we stopped at Vermillionville to listen to their weekly Cajun jam session. It's a really tight community!
... Sorry Nashville, even though you have a great restaurant scene, you are too darn HOT and MUGGY! July 3rd. We left Destin along hwy 10 to Fairhope Alabama. I had heard of its quaintness. Beautiful city with flowers everywhere and great shopping. Unfortunately we could only spend an hour there. Again too hot and muggy, like Nashville. Long driving day. Had to switch campgrounds. Original one was just too ...
... amp; 2 toast for $4.95, alternatively you could order Martins delight...3 eggs, 2 sausage? patties & a large bowl o' grits. (See pic) Continuing eastwards, we hit the Houston suburbs (& the 26 lane freeway) at the right time although even the lower traffic volume did nothing to ease the journey. Driving through a concrete jungle is not pleasant, doing it in ...
... but really not much. I found us a "hidden gem" of a locals restaurant and we popped in there for a bite to eat. It turned out that it was not much of a gem and that likely the locals would like it to remain local.
Fun fact: Le Petit Baton Rouge (The Little Red Stick) is used by some of the field workers to aid in picking only the perfectly ripe peppers that are the same color red as the stick is painted. ...