The Cook Hotel and Conference Center at LSU
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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I've been learning Italian and everything I can about roman history and art in the area so I'm familiar with the story and significance of the things I've traveled from the other side of the world for.
Italy is all I can think about. When I'm stressed or mad I go to the happy place in my mind where I can feel myself there. I'm so ready to leave and breath in the Italian air. I'm excited to say the least....
... state. Next, we visited the State of Louisiana Museum, a comprehensive look at the history and culture of this state. We spent an enjoyable evening in the hotel bar talking to a couple from Maine who were here for work and another family from New Zealand who were driving across the country on holiday. Next stop--Florida! We're hoping to find warm weather and ...
... and Florida. I use http://www.booking.com to book our hotels each night and they haven't let me down yet.
We slept our first night in Las Cruces, NM, and visited the historic Old Mesilla town square and the Basilica of San Albino. Did you know Billy the Kid was tried here in the old courthouse and sentenced to hang in 1881? This was really the "Old West" where outlaws and settlers lived and played in the ...
... in the late 1700's, 1800's and early 1900's. There were artisans in period dress demonstrating sewing, blacksmithing, and woodworking and a lovely 91-year-old WWII veteran talking about his experiences as a farmer in the area and flirting shamelessly with me. The weather was cold but that meant we encountered few other visitors and so practically had the place to ourselves.
Around 12:30 we left for what ...
... was a lovely setting, sunlight flooding into the white arched porch area, now glassed in for warmth! For our last meal in the deep south, we enjoyed bbq shrimp on home-ground corn grits with Andouille sausage. And a glass of pinot grigo! Because it was our last such meal, we splurged on dessert, sharing a Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie - an amazingly light pastry with caramelised pecans, and drizzled with vanilla and ...