Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center
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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 ...
... yummy. After dinner and wonderful conversation among friends we walked to the Old Liberty Theater for more music by the same band and more dancing. The music was good and so was the dancing. Two hours well spent.
We returned to our bus and headed back for Baton Rouge. Pat and I was able to get to know one another a little better. She told me all about the cruise she and her husband had just gone on. That sounds like fun. Maybe one day. We arrived ...
... to the engine viewing room. The engine sure is impressive! It really does work on steam and is fuelled by oil. Those two main pistons are HUGE! At 4.30 there was a Dixie land Jazz performance by the boat's band. It was really excellent and very much enjoyed by all. The trumpet player was particularly good. Very nice dinner as usual, the waiters are very friendly. There is a theory that this is to encourage big ...
... It was a very grand residence with 365windows and doors and 11 foot high doors. There was a group in costume dancing in the ballroom which was lovely. Some interesting plaster work which was made from clay, mud, horse hair and Spanish moss. Also lots of antique furniture. Back just in time for our early dinner, followed by a show in the grand saloon From Bourbon to Beale, quite well ...
... but were informed of many stories about places we were passing.
When entering Natchez and going over an over pass we were told about the street below us called the Natchez Trace. It was the start of a stretching of 444 miles all the way to Nashville, Tennessee. It takes you back to pre-history when mastodons and bison carved the original path and soon the Chickasaw and the Natchez and other tribes came along. Then the white men from ...