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... village also had a restaurant, the cooking school, closed today, and a performance center for special occasions. We learned a lot.
Our next stop after a picnic lunch by the river was the Jean Lafitte Cultural Center which is part of the National Park Service. There was an excellent film about the Acadians and their troubles when they were persecuted and forcibly removed from Acadia (Nova Scotia) by ...
We didn't do much today. It was sunny and warm and we took a break and read most of the day. Jim: Brad Thor, and Barbara’s reading Louise Penny. We took a short trip to downtown Lafayette to the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. It is a beautiful, old parish with wonderful stained glass window and many, many ...
... pecans. The lady told us about many of the rice crackers and other rice products they carry. It was a nice was to experience this specialty rice.
4. Bon Creole Restaurant. This was a restaurant that the locals go to although its appearance might turn one off. Here we had seafood gumbo, and chicken with andouille sausage gumbo. George told us about a very new-to-us food practice. Gumbo ...
... It’s a big campground with spaces in one section for us who are transient and a large section for seasonal campers (those who stay from spring to fall) and the more permanent campers. This will be a good place to stay.
Interesting note: We’re learned that the locals pronounce the city as "Laugh-yette" rather than La-fayette as we would pronounce it.
... where whenever your group gets a birdie everyone gets a hug...much nicer than the chicken dance, my opinion. After golf we all went out to a little hole in the wall place for supper (a place that you would drive by and not even look at if someone didn't take you there), We had to order our drinks from one shack then cross over the big lot where the tables were and order your food from another shack, weird!!