Courtyard Baton Rouge Acadian Thruway/LSU Area
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... great for cold weather as well as when it rains.
Now to the backpack... After extensive research I bought the one that looked the most comfortable and that had the best reviews from backpackers in my budget (which was $100).
My flight is booked, the train rides are booked... All i have to do now is book the hostels and the few attraction tours I want to participate in. Its far better to book with tours to avoid public lines since I don't ...
... to Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. However, Louisiana is a state of contrasts. The people are warm and welcoming, exuding southern charm, while the roads and buildings are in need of serious repair work! We visited the Louisiana State Capitol Building in downtown Baton Rouge, the tallest state capitol in the country at 27 stories high. We went to the 24th ...
... game in a little German bar on the Riverwalk. Go Bucks! We stayed at the Crockett Hotel where we had a view of the Alamo out our window. The Crockett Hotel was built in 1909 on the grounds of the Alamo, where Davy Crockett and a band of Texan settlers defended the area from Mexican forces during a bloody 13 day siege in Feb-March 1836. It's a lovely hotel and right in the middle of San Antonio so we walked to the Riverwalk and ...
Most of this trip so far has been a combination of work (3 days of the National Effective Teaching Institute in Austin and 2 days at LSU and Baton Rouge Community College) and seeing some of Rich's cousins in the Bluestein family (Robby, Jeannine, Nathan and David in Austin and Judy and Herschel in Houston). The work went well and we enjoyed many fine meals with good friends and colleagues (Jim ...
... and the occasional sugarcane and rice fields into Texas. We finally pulled into Baytown to the Magnusson Hotel. It was well-priced ($70) and very adequate for an overnight stay. The carpark was full of pickups so a real working man's hotel - muddy boots lined up outside each door. We withdrew money from a drive-in ATM - but it was clear we weren't locals - we got out of our car! We then drove around chasing a ...