Magnuson Hotel Abbeville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to be pulling at least 100 cars filled to the brim with black coal. The next one was carrying containers stacked two high and many tractor trailers, which made me happy because they were not on the road with us. The third was a mixture of box cars, oil tankers and open-bed cargo cars loaded with lumber and other building materials.
We drove through Fort Worth and as we passed, on the outer edge of the city, we saw ...
Lafayette Louisiana is about 2 hrs away from New Orleans, and known for its Cajun food (versus Creole in Nola). We went on an amazing food tour by local Miss Marie, who taught us that Cajun is actually an American *******ization of "Acadian," the name for a group of French settlers in Canada in the 17th century, many of whose relatives eventually ended up in Louisiana.
... They have a wonderful tradition I would love to adopt. They spend sunset on he beach with a glass of wine and cheese. Check out the pictures. Fred even arranged a full moon for us. Haha. Fred showed us around the beach towns. Rob and I both fell in love with a little town Grayton Beach. Now this is what I picture when I think of a beach town. This is now number one on our list of possible ...
... It is tradition amongst travelling police to swap patches and this became the first of a few stops where Kenn swapped Danish Politi patches for Sheriff ones and I am really pleased to be included and the first one: SHERIFF - Vermilion Parish
Note; lunch was superb too with traditional Louisianna friend chicken, gumbo and a desert not unlike doughnuts but actually, nicer....
... right to work. The excess land from the church site was broken into lots and sold. That's how Abbeville started.
Just as we were leaving, a very pleasant woman, by name of Helen, I believe, stopped us and thanked us for coming by. She's a native Abbevillian and has lived her life here. A nice surprise for us. Wherever we go, folks are friendly and outgoing. They're especially impressed that we're from Montana. And, that's good too...