Drury Inn & Suites Lafayette

Address: 120 Alcide Dominique, Lafayette, Louisiana, 70506, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 120 Alcide Dominique, Lafayette, is near Vermilionville, Acadian Village, The Atchafalaya Experience, and Children's Museum of Acadiana.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Lafayette

    Still in Lafayette

    A travel blog entry by steveguy on Sep 27, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... he is then norm not the exception and it was good to see he retained the food and returned the junk food. With the Pope in America at present and the vast wealth of the Catholic and other denominations for that matter coupled with the 1% of Americans owning 99% of everything until you are actually here you don't grasp the extent of the problem because we are both isolated and insulated in Australia. Religion Politics and Capitalism unfortunately do not put food on ...

    Rest Day

    A travel blog entry by steveguy on Sep 26, 2015

    1 photo

    ... to see the swamp people down in the bayou but gave me thoughts of the movie Deliverance so we gave that idea a miss. Have become vertical and headed to the Pamplona Tapas Bar. Great food, olives charcuterie, escargot foie gras , mushrooms and a bottle of Rosè, that's just for starters..... Finishing with bean soup then Apple bread pudding and home made ice cream, brandy and sherry. As Monty Python said " just a little morsel more..." Horizontal again.... ...


    A travel blog entry by steveguy on Sep 25, 2015

    7 photos

    ... French and Indian War—resulted in the British Expulsion of the Acadians from the region. After the war, many Acadians came out of hiding or returned to Acadia from the British Colonies. Others remained in France and some migrated from there to Louisiana, where they became known as Cajuns, a corruption of the word Acadiens or Acadians. The nineteenth century saw the beginning of the Acadian Renaissance and the publication of Evangeline, which helped galvanize Acadian identity. ...

    Avery Island, Cajun Food and Tabasco Factory

    A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 06, 2015

    13 photos

    ... poured the gumbo over it, and then put potato salad on our spoon to try them together. It’s real a contrast in flavor and especially in texture—the grains of rice, the chunks of meat and the smoothness of the potato salad. All were good, so when in Louisiana . . . . . . we followed the local customs. A great experience.

    5. KK’s Café and Cakery. This café was in ...

    Blue Dog heaven :-)

    A travel blog entry by oliverlodge on Mar 24, 2014

    17 photos

    ... prints, I know own and have at home.

    I was going to go to The Blue Dog Cafe in Lafayette where George often had his lunch, maybe I would get to meet him! Sadly, this past December George succumbed to cancer, which was dreadful as he was only 69. However, I would still go and see the Cafe, have lunch and tip a glass or two to George.

    We had a great ride along the banks of the Mississippi, past hydro electric damns, water ...