Courtyard Baton Rouge Acadian Thruway/LSU Area
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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To mark the kick off of another LSU Tiger football season this weekend, Norma and I want to give you a glimpse down in the catacombs of Tiger Stadium where the icons of Louisiana football are enshrined. Since I signed in as a freshman at LSU in 1962, I've been to hundreds of LSU football games, but I had never seen the mysterious innards of Tiger Stadium.
The visit of Emmet and Toni Stephenson gave us the opportunity to go where few ...
The USA is celebrated as a land of contrasts. The 50 states each have something to reward people who chose to explore, rather than simply flying over on their way to New York or LA. This probably applies most to some of the country's less celebrated state capitals. After all, in such a huge country, the number of people who ...
Before we left Vicksburg to continue on our travels, Liz had read that Vicksburg was known as the first place Coca Cola was actually first bottled anywhere in the world in 1894. It was first invented by a pharmacist in 1886 as a medicine in syrup form.It was made of coco leaf and actually green. Later water or soda was added to make it into a drink and caffeine was added, whilst the coco leaf was taken out. Local drug ...
... deluge. After 20 min. it let up enough to continue. I stayed on my plan to ride up the Mississippi River. The weather front seemed to be moving west to east but slowly. Taking the slower road worked and the ride from NOLA to Baton Rouge was actually pleasant. I got some great pictures of 2 plantation houses, and farms. This area must produce half of the gasoline in America. The oil refineries on this road ...
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We crossed a very tall bridge over Lake Charles, a large muddy expanse of water. As we left that area, the sky darkened and eventually we were getting rained on. That lasted for no more than 15 minutes or so, but you could feel the humidity increase even inside the motor home. Yuk!
Further along, the I-10 is built on stilts because the swampy area could not otherwise be traversed. For over 15 miles there are no side roads or ...