Drury Inn & Suites Baton Rouge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Stice, Mike Prince, Milo Koretsky, Warren Waggenspack, to nme a few). We drove from Austin to Houston and passed through some territory we hadn't seen before.
Yesterday we had a great day seeing sights west of Baton Rouge with Warren Waggenspack, our colleague from LSU and native of the area. We started the day at Prejean's with a delicious breakfast. I had shrimp and grits with lots of creole seasoning and ...
... restaurant that has been restored from an old slave cabin. There was still the original newspapers lining the uppper walls that the slaves used to block out the wind. Very neat place. I also found a coke machine!
We then went on to the Cajun village and had a divine cafe au lait and some beignets. Even though I was already completely full I ...
... the majority of the plantation dwellers lived. You can read more about Oakley here: http://www.crt.state.la.us/louisiana-st ate-parks/historic-sites/audubon-state- historic-site/index
We had lunch at the "Carriage House" which was part of "The Myrtles Plantation." Now the Myrtles has a reputation for being the most haunted house in Louisiana, and it was in full swing with ...
... 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 ...
We had the plan to just drive through the city and take in a little tour of the U.S.S. Kidd, which is a little known destroyer that fought in the Pacific during World War II. Oops, guess it wasn't that easy for us to do. This was an intriguing and informative stop, glad we took the two hours to tour this famous ship. Without spending many words with this dialog, the captions within the photos should be enough for those of you who ...