Quality Hotel Houma
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This morning I seemed to get lucky. I got a full breakfast when everyone else was told they could have a muffin or croissant. Waitress must have gotten mixed up. Was very nice. We drove through the the Garden District then the Bayou on the way to Vacherie where the Plantations are. There are still a few Plantation homes along the drive. We went to Oak Alley Plantation, the one with rows of oaks lining the drive up ...
... a robot at the well head in case they need to have hands at the well head. Urban spoon has done GREAT for us this trip, until lunch today. It first said to try a creole buffet at holiday inn, no buffet and no creole food. Then it said to try a good creole place, and it ended being creole or Chinese with everything fried. Kids meals and ricks were great, mine not so much. Bummer but won't give ...
We docked overnight at Oak Alley Plantation.
Having already visited two plantations, walking out half way through the tour of the second, we decided just to explore the gardens at Oak Alley Plantation. And they were worth exploring. A double row of massive oak trees, from which the plantation gets it's name, line the long path up to the entrance of the plantation home. These trees are about ...
... all squeezed on the other. Captain Gary had us whizzing through the swamps looking for Gators. It was a while before we spotted one, and even then it was when Captain Gary pulled over to a stop. He reckoned we'd passed about 50-60 of them already but we'd been too busy looking at the scenery.
He stopped our boat every now and then to tell us tales and little nuggets of information. Then he caught a little 3 year old gator in a net and had each of us hold him. ...
... 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.