Courtyard by Marriott Baton Rouge Siegen Lane
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Outside of New Orleans you can tour the bayou and the sugarcane plantations. Both New Orleans or Baton Rouge can be used as the base for these tours. The plantation tour gives you a taste of the 1800s sugar industry when sugar was considered "white gold". Sugar plantation were run by the family and overseen by the Director (who inherited the role as the smartest child - male or female). The Creole saying was "my family is my business and my business was my family" and ...
... them years ago in their fancy clothes strolling the gardens.
Last stop for the day was Port Hudson. The Siege of Port Hudson, Louisiana (22 May - 9 July 1863), was the final engagement in the Union campaign to liberate the Mississippi in the American Civil War.
That's all for now. There is more photos in the gallery. Later gators.
... an early plantation, built in the Spanish style, in an L shape with galley porches all around, and rooms (such as ours) opening directly onto the galley. The original owner had built the plantation on a Spanish land grant in 1795 and continued building into the early 1800's with various additions. We were told that General Andrew Jackson had stopped here to stay on his way home after the ...
... s campus and casually sold hats as we observed what the campus was like. Then an hour before the game, we started focusing on boosting our sales in front of the stadium. LSU fans liked our yellow snapbacks and we sold 80 right there for a profit of $2000.
- The game was an intense and exciting one. They faced ...
... was OK. Boarded 9.15 away at 9.30. We sat in the second seat (the front had driver's stuff on it and anyway was reserved for elderly or disabled.) The windscreen was reflected in our windows so I couldn't see anything forward through the side windows. This restricted photos and was very frustrating.
Most of the day we drove down Highway 61 through Mississippi. We saw lots of corn and soy beans and some ...