Hilton Garden Inn Lafayette/Cajundome
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- High-speed internet in room
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- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... America. Here over 16% of the population live below the poverty line. With a population in excess of 120000 and a per capita income of $21000.00 there are a lot of people going nowhere fast. It's a good point to reflect on when we complain about conditions in Australia, compared to these guys we are living the dream and we get Health Care, Superannuation, Long Service Leave, 4 weeks annual leave, public holidays and a basic wage! We met a school teacher last night who lived ...
... went with the steak whist I had a fish stew, mussels, prawns, scallop and fish in a well seasoned tomato broth, lots of garlic so that should keep the vampires away, very nice meal. Back to the room and horizontal again with our next outing to a tapas restaurant for tea. Had hoped to visit the locations where True Blood and True Detectives were filmed unfortunately although both were set here in Louisiana there was no filming done here. We could have ...
... also known as the Louisiana Airborne Memorial Bridge, is a pair of parallel bridges in the U.S. state of Louisiana between Baton Rouge and Lafayette which carries Interstate 10 over the Atchafalaya Basin. With a total length of 96,095 feet (29,290 m) or 18.2 miles, it is the second-longest bridge in the US and fourteenth-longest in the world by total length, traffic on the bridge averaged over 24000 vehicles per day. This is swamp country so you realise why they need bridges. ...
... in 1700s. It is a tale that mirrors the expulsion of the Cherokee from the Appalachian Mountains. The film was poignant and very informative. The building also contains very good displays about the Acadians in Louisiana since they came here in the late 1700s until the present day. There were excellent displays with artifacts and narratives to explain the culture.
Interesting note: The term Cajun has ...
... stilts. We then headed north along L 27 which is the Creole Nature Trail All American Road. Saw lots of birds in the bayou, but no gators. Saw some warning signs for them though. The whole area was very cool. Hooked back up on I-10 and drove into Lake Charles. Angie saw signs for Isle of Capri casino, so we had to stop. Very beautiful, right on the water, the casino part is on a paddle ship. Only stayed about ...