Fairfield Inn & Suites Houma

Address: 1530 Martin Luther King Blvd, Houma, Louisiana, 70360, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1530 Martin Luther King Blvd, Houma, is near Terrebonne Parish, Pedestrian Bridge, and Bermuda Island Parasail Company.
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      Travel Blogs from Houma

      Day 6 Plantation Touring (Tuesday)

      A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 06, 2015

      11 photos

      After another home-cooked breakfast, we set off towards Baton Rouge, driving into the hinterland, along route 44 adjacent to the Mississippi River (not visible from the road due to the high levy banks). We passed a surprising amount of heavy industry – petroleum refineries, coal loaders and conveyor belts, and a sugar refinery. The fields around have sugarcane – either just harvested or just planted, so a real contrast of primary and heavy industry, interspersed ...

      Oak Alley Plantation

      A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Apr 13, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... a champagne reception for all passengers and then it was time for dinner. I've eaten more in the past two days than I have in the last couple months, or so it seems. We went to the theater where there was a musical act of Memphis related songs--typical show boat fare but entertaining none the less. Kateva is ready for bed, and it's only 7:30. Thank goodness for our balcony. :)) there's a full moon shining on the ...

      Days gone by

      A travel blog entry by stuartbp44 on Jul 16, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      The sultry air barely moved. The giant Live Oaks stood sentry over the path leading from the wide, brown Mississippi river to the big house. Sugar cane grew silently across the plantation, dragging nutrients from the ground and thriving in the moist, opressive air.
      Bec and I sat quietly sipping our Mint Juleps, watching the plantation cat toying with the tourists. Life was ...

      Laura Plantation & Heading back West

      A travel blog entry by gvw on May 10, 2013

      8 photos

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      We went to another plantation “Oak Alley Plantation but $20 just to enter, so just took photos from the outside. All the plantations were allotted river frontages in those days to catch the breezes. Tracks ...

      Bayou Cane Cafe

      A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 12, 2012

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... while talking to an alligator farmer and processor. I’m not sure a word of what he said was true but he was damn entertaining. I really only understood what he said at the end of every sentence. I should have recorded him speaking. It sounded like curly molasses. Whatever that might mean.


      Bayou Cane was as cajun country as it gets. Definitely worth the trip just tell the regulars that Ben and Kathryn sent you.



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