Hampton Inn Hammond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... restaurant that has been restored from an old slave cabin. There was still the original newspapers lining the uppper walls that the slaves used to block out the wind. Very neat place. I also found a coke machine!
We then went on to the Cajun village and had a divine cafe au lait and some beignets. Even though I was already completely full I ...
... pioneering north of Lake Pontchartrain were mostly Scotch-Irish Protestants, so when the rebellion of 1810 ended Spanish control, they formed a small congregation, and in 1812 built the church. Daniel Morris was one of the early preachers, and it is likely that this building is where Jemima and her family attended church.
Other authentic cabins depicted the typical homes and lifestyles of pioneers of ...
... campground amidst thunder, lightning, and heavy rain.
Besides the "Beware of Alligators" signs were "Flash Flood Zone" signs. We ran for our tent and spent the night wondering just how high the alligator laden creeks and ponds would rise that night. Not much sleep, but all was well. We were spared the tornadoes that sprung up in several areas not far away. Again wondering if it is time to reconsider tent camping......
... it to stop. Well in this case, we couldn't wait all day, but we did manage to get most of it completed during a brief lull. We were on the road by 9:30.
We ran in and out of rain all day and I think that made it seem like such a long day. We actually only drove about 20 miles further than yesterday, but it just seemed like so much further.
We stopped along the road to wait for the Ellerbrocks to fill their motorhome and we switched drivers. About 10 miles ...
... Marie from our Operation Smile missions and it is so nice to see her again. The four of us went to Rips on the Lake, a local restaurant for supper. We had po-boys, a Cajun specialty that I had been hoping to try. Greg and I shared a shrimp po-boy and a crab po-boy. A po-boy is sort of like a submarine sandwich: a seafood or meat filling in a French bread. But the French bread here is a very soft yeasty bread with a very thin crusty outer layer. The ...