Hampton Inn Baton Rouge I-10 & College Dr.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... with a familiar shape reminiscent of Los Angeles City Hall and others. The building's dignified fašade is is a landmark in Baton Rouge. The construction was ordered by governor 'Kingfish' Huey Long in the 1930's. The structure itself houses the Governor's office, as well as the local government's House of Representatives and Senate. The building is one of the tallest in Louisiana, and one of the tallest art ...
Before we left Vicksburg to continue on our travels, Liz had read that Vicksburg was known as the first place Coca Cola was actually first bottled anywhere in the world in 1894. It was first invented by a pharmacist in 1886 as a medicine in syrup form.It was made of coco leaf and actually green. Later water or soda was added to make it into a drink and caffeine was added, whilst the coco leaf was taken out. Local drug ...
This has been a wild day, 274 miles due to a GPS recalculation. The ride was uneventful to New Orleans. I left Bayou La Batre around 8 am. The weather was great for riding and I-10 west was close to the hotel. After about an hour I exited to Gulf Port Mississippi and rode US scenic 90 west. What a road along the gulf coast. The area is being newly developed with huge lots right across the street from an ...
... Eunice, La. to the Jean Lafitte National Park Service Folk-life demonstration of music and food. Of course that was right up my alley. not the food but the music. The music was by the, Bubba Hebert and The New Morse Playboys. I know you are asking who the heck are they. well I was too. I never heard of them but I never listen to Cajun music either. But let me tell you they are good. the young fourteen year old boy could play that accordion. And I brought ...
... in the late 1700's, 1800's and early 1900's. There were artisans in period dress demonstrating sewing, blacksmithing, and woodworking and a lovely 91-year-old WWII veteran talking about his experiences as a farmer in the area and flirting shamelessly with me. The weather was cold but that meant we encountered few other visitors and so practically had the place to ourselves.
Around 12:30 we left for what ...