Drury Inn & Suites Lafayette
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Today was great. Woke up to heavy fog in San Antonio. Lasted till we hit Houston. Then sunshine and 70 degrees. Headed to Port Arthur and saw all the oil refineries. Crossed over two huge bridges then drove LA 82 across southern Louisiana. Took the Holly Beach-Cameron ferry across the water. Drove the car right onto it. Pretty cool. Then drove along the Gulf of Mexico ...
We had meant to spend the night at a National park but the drive was too long and the weather was yucky so we pulled into a Truck Stop before it got dark. Some truck stops are fantastic, they have full picnic areas, bathrooms, snack bars, and the best part is they have over night security. It was a quiet night after a lot of ...
Nice new RV Park - kind of a long ways out from the usual Breaux Bridge activity, but lovely sites, full hookups, and, with Passport America, only $15/night!
On our first day here, we drove to Lafayette, where I had a doctor appointment for the annual boob check. We stopped for lunch at the Cafeteria that is featured in James Lee Burke's novels which feature David Robichaud. Fun little joint.
We got to the ...
... We stopped at the McDonalds for breakfast since we didn't want to buy perishables since we were leaving again in a few days. Today will be another "road food" day and after yesterday's over indulgence of Sonny's BBQ and the worse case of heartburn Sheree has ever had, the choices will be a bit more reserved today.
We drove to Seaside, Florida just 25 minutes back along the route taken last night and find a lovely planned community that ...
... crackins. Boudin is a pork sausage with rice made in the southern Louisiana area. They take the sausage stuffing, roll it in a ball, coat it with a seasoned flour and then deep fry it. I have to admit it was pretty tasty. Cracklns are like thick pieces of bacon coated and deep fried. Lot's of frying going on here. One of the locals told us to not have our cholesterol checked after we leave here. That first evening, Brian and I decided to check out ...