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

    Oak Alley Plantation

    A travel blog entry by annmpriest on Aug 08, 2015

    54 photos

    ... dinner then found a spot to sit. Waited about 20minutes for the boat to start and sweated alot in this time. Was very glad when boat finally started and there was a little bit of air movement. Was a nice cruise down then back up the river. Was lightning but no rain came. Went back to hotel and it was very windy. Then the storm hit, wind, thunder, lightning and rain. Spose this means the morning will be even more ...

    Mr Charlie

    A travel blog entry by rlkefauver on Jun 06, 2015

    6 photos

    We took off for Morgan city to visit mr Charlie today, a training facility for oil rig workers. We had a very nice tour guide who shared his opinions about the oil industry.. Very interesting to learn how the semi-submerged oil rigs are setup so they don't move. And all the additional safety precautions that were put into place after the bad oil accident 5 years ago. One example, they are required ...

    The Mississippi River

    A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 26, 2015

    We docked overnight at Oak Alley Plantation.

    Having already visited two plantations, walking out half way through the tour of the second, we decided just to explore the gardens at Oak Alley Plantation. And they were worth exploring. A double row of massive oak trees, from which the plantation gets it's name, line the long path up to the entrance of the plantation home. These trees are about ...

    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.


    June 5-6: NEW ORLEANS

    A travel blog entry by ranlo on Jun 05, 2010

    15 photos

    ... old homes, Garden District, and Loyola & Tulane Universities. At the end, had to get off and pay again to go back. $4.50 round trip (good thing we had enough change!--it has to be exact!) Took longer than we thought--over an hour. Walked back down Bourban Street (around 7:00); boy was it ever a lot livlier!!

    Time for dinner! The Bon Ton was on ...