Fairfield Inn & Suites Baton Rouge South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Lafayette to see St John's Cathedral and Cemetery, then Breaux Bridge where I did a lovely kayak ride around Lake Martin. Yesterday I biked around Baton Rouge, along the levee bike trail and then to the university, where there's a lake that I hung out by and read a book. Today on my way out of town (to New Orleans!) I'll stop at Highland park and the LSU arboretum, so I'll post pictures of that ...
... clothes for Kim. Neat place.
... was a Walmart close by that the hotel shuttle would have taken me to but I would have had to go in my uniform and I figured I really didn't need to be spending money on a pair of jeans I really didn't need so I didn't go. It was a good reason to stay in my room and get some tax work done anyway so that's what I did. It was a good laugh for the crew though when I told them I forgot my pants.
We decide that we'd explore Baton Rouge on Thursday and go to New Orleans on Friday and Saturday. We went grocery shopping in Livingston in the morning and took off for Baton Rouge around 11:00 a.m. We stopped at the Visitor Center in Baton Rouge and noticed there were several plantations in the area that offered tours. Even though John is NOT a tour guy, he decided it would be worthwhile to visit the area’s most haunted plantation.
... of downtown to explore. We walked through the Alamo and learned the history of this historic monument. Then, we strolled the historic King Williams neighborhood and toured the Villa Finale, the restored home of Walter Mathis who was responsible for much of the restoration of the King William neighborhood. Mathis was quite a collector and over 12,000 items are in the home arranged on the tables and in cabinets.