Hampton Inn Houma

Address: 1728 Martin Luther King Blvd, Houma, Louisiana, 70360, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1728 Martin Luther King Blvd, Houma, is near Terrebonne Parish, Pedestrian Bridge, and Bermuda Island Parasail Company.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Houma

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Houma

Day 6 Plantation Touring (Tuesday)

A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 06, 2015

11 photos

... plantation homes. There were also clusters of houses, often small and unkempt, around churches but little other apparent infrastructure. Our first stop was San Francisco, an authentically restored plantation home at Garyville. It had a vividly coloured exterior, unlike the typical white of most mansions. Inside was very authentic, with high, hand-painted ceilings and much original furniture, carpets, etc. Our tour guide was an older lady, dressed in a crinoline who ...

Oak Alley Plantation

A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Apr 13, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

After a good nights sleep on our comfy beds, we were up in time for room service coffee and juice...I love room service! We got ready for the day and headed down to breakfast--another fabulous buffet. I was going to work out this morning, but oh well! I'd rather eat! LOL We headed out to tour the Oak Alley Plantation, which turned out to be a walking tour. I didn't think Kateva could walk that far, so we got a wheelchair ...

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

... were long and narrow.



We travelled back over the bayous on very long bridges that go for miles and miles.

Stayed in Houston and we visited the Chinese buffet place again, $10 buffet, all you can eat. I've never seen a buffet, so big. Great ...

All news is local...

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 12, 2012

... better than California—at least there are SOME conservatives in California."

But I had to wonder- did the Stonybrook/LSU game even make the NYTimes? Anyway, an interesting look at perspectives. It reminds me a bit of that classic New Yorker cover showing NY, and the rest of the world stretching in the back, obviously less important. Apparently everyone looks at their world from that perspective--—even in Houma, LA.

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