Rayne Days Inn

Address: 1125 Church Point Hwy, Rayne, Louisiana, 70578, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1125 Church Point Hwy, Rayne.
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Travel Blogs from Rayne

Louisiana- Day 215-216

A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on May 09, 2015

1 comment, 21 photos

... and lots of samples including Tabasco ice cream and coke, oddly quiet nice! We took a drive around the grounds after on a hunt for alligators! That night we went to a local restaurant and had some amazing Cajun food, the gumbo was the best we've had. There was some live (******) music but it was an experience especially with the 14ft alligator (dead/stuffed!) in the ...

Gators, Gators & More Gators

A travel blog entry by ssigmon on Apr 22, 2015

6 photos

... a big brown owl. Bob told us that they rarely see woodpeckers, which was funny since that was the first bird that Jim had spotted the day before when we walked through that small swamp by the rest area. After our tour, we followed the advice of 3 different people & ate at Cafe Des Amis (cafe of friends) in Breaux Bridge. It is housed in a former mortuary. Jim & I agree; we have NEVER eaten such delicious fried shrimp! We then headed for Monroe on our way to ...

Vermillion Village and Jean Lafitte National Park

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 08, 2015

10 photos

... in 1700s. It is a tale that mirrors the expulsion of the Cherokee from the Appalachian Mountains. The film was poignant and very informative. The building also contains very good displays about the Acadians in Louisiana since they came here in the late 1700s until the present day. There were excellent displays with artifacts and narratives to explain the culture.

Interesting note: The term Cajun has ...

Avery Island, Cajun Food and Tabasco Factory

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 06, 2015

13 photos

... to see more of the process of making of the sauce rather than just bottling.

Tabasco Food Tour:
This was great! We had 5 different foods to taste in different area restaurants. And our tour guide, George, was wonderful. He told us about the food, about the restaurants, and most important he gave us insights into Cajun culture. Our group of 10 included a family from
Shreveport, ...

Murals, Conrete Frogs and Ice Cream

A travel blog entry by d-m-adventure on Jun 17, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... I go in and they did have scoops and low and behold in a case toward the end is Whitehouse ice cream. Go figure! We had gotten her a cone and a cup in case it dripped which it did.

So we get off the highway in Rayne, LA to get ice cream after seeing a sign on the side of the road. We discovered much more.

The town is known for bullfrogs the size of your thigh. They had concrete frogs in front of most of the businesses around ...