Quality Hotel Houma
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- Swimming pool
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... Walmart – so Anne could replace her reading glasses. We then continued home, reaching Kevin’s Cajun Seafood at Three Islands River for dinner at 8pm. We each ordered Mahi Mahi smothered in lemon butter sauce with huge jacket potato and an even bigger pile of broccoli. And a margarita. All good. Left there at 9pm when the place closed, but only after sucking up all the wifi we could. From there, we buzzed home in the fresh night air on our golfcart back to the ...
... a champagne reception for all passengers and then it was time for dinner. I've eaten more in the past two days than I have in the last couple months, or so it seems. We went to the theater where there was a musical act of Memphis related songs--typical show boat fare but entertaining none the less. Kateva is ready for bed, and it's only 7:30. Thank goodness for our balcony. :)) there's a full moon shining on the ...
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 ...
Woke up to it raining, but heading back west to Fort Worth today.
Visited Laura Plantation and had a guided tour which was extremely interesting. The Laura plantation also ties in with the folklore and story "Brer rabbit and the Tar Baby". ...
... I’m so glad you’re moving to Portland. We need two more conservative votes out there. Oregon is becoming a swing state, you know!”
Following a delicious artery clogging breakfast of beignets covered in powdered sugar and a egg and cheese biscuit, we said our farewells to our new friends, who invited us back to Houma anytime, and set off for the sprawling metropolis of Layfayette.