Courtyard Baton Rouge Acadian Thruway/LSU Area
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Drove the Creole Nature trail, a scenic drive through wetlands and wildlife refuges near Lake Charles, LA. Saw lots of cool birds, a bunny, and a pretty big snake in the road (alive). Stopped at a beach where there were tons of really cool shells. I found lots of interesting ones but decided to leave them in their natural habitat. Also saw a very large dead jellyfish washed up on the shore. Then I ...
On our way to Cajun Palms, we stopped at Crazy Dave's (for White Russians and burgers) the local Bass Pro Shop for some stainless steel water bottles. We got the bottles...$30 each...and then proceeded ...
... was a Walmart close by that the hotel shuttle would have taken me to but I would have had to go in my uniform and I figured I really didn't need to be spending money on a pair of jeans I really didn't need so I didn't go. It was a good reason to stay in my room and get some tax work done anyway so that's what I did. It was a good laugh for the crew though when I told them I forgot my pants.
... and ready to listen to the "hype" of plantation life and haunted ghost stories.
The guide didn’t disappoint. Lisa was animated and obviously loved her subject. She engaged the audience (the two of us and another couple) and made us laugh, made us look closely to see if we could see the ghost in the mirror and marvel at the artistry of the furnishings in the plantation house. All the plantations on tour are privately owned as is the ...
... deck and saw the Legislative rooms where the legislators meet when in session. The building is quite ornate and old fashioned looking. A huge statue of Huey Long, the former governor and senator of Louisiana is in the middle of the garden marking his grave. He's a very interesting personality in Louisiana's history who was both loved and despised by the people ...