Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Best Value Inn Alexandria
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Long day riding. Stayed off the Interstate Highway but was a great deal longer to get to my destination.
A hot day riding - no shade or cloud cover.
I was going to stop at Shreveport for a cold drink but circled the town and decided to head off to Alexandria via US 171 South (The Scenic Route - according to the HD Touring Guide).
Whilst it was probably far more scenic that the main Interstate Highway it did take me a ways South ...
... day, I ran some laps around the boat ramp parking lot and then puttered down a Louisiana highway making my way to Natchez Mississippi. I got a little excited when I saw a sign for "Gin Tours", but thought it a bit too early being only 7:30am. I mentioned this to Mom since she was on the phone with me at the moment. Of course she laughed and pointed out that the sign was referring to a cotton gin. Well...one can only ...
... before we left town as there was no easy left turn to get to our exit ramp. Lake Charles is a lovely town stretching around a large lake with plenty of parks and it even has buggy rides in the cooler evenings.
It was very hot all day so It was nice to have some quiet time to relax and catch up in an air conditioned hotel. We spent a good part of the morning looking for hotel rooms in the French Quarter of New ...
... because someone thought 5:30 a.m. was a good time to fly out. But instead of sleeping I will lay their with my thoughts running 90 miles an hour - is everything packed, did I get everything done at work that I should have, am I crazy for going away for two whole weeks? Can only hope that by the time the plane lands in Honolulu, I will be able to relax, leave all my worries behind and enjoy all that Hawaii has to offer.
After a short 4 hour drive from Dallas we made it to our campsite in Louisiana. We are pretty central in Louisiana staying in a national park right on a lake. Assuming there are no alligators it will be refreshing to swim in it because the humidity here is not very fun. We met our camp hosts at the campground and there were about as typical southerners as you could be. They had a sandwich size ziploc of chewing tobacco that I'm pretty sure they finished in about an hour. They ...