Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lafayette-South
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... wine and watched the latest Pirates of Caribbean before heading out to Marleys for a few beers and pool. Have ended up at Don's a Seafood Restaurant bit on the weird side but you could have fired a cannon down the Main Street and not hit anyone. My Bloody Mary comes complete with Okra Green Been and Olives... Have ordered Crawfish from the Bayou whist Declan is going for a hamburger with gravy and rice... Only in America . UBER home and the drunkest city in America ...
... to see the swamp people down in the bayou but gave me thoughts of the movie Deliverance so we gave that idea a miss. Have become vertical and headed to the Pamplona Tapas Bar. Great food, olives charcuterie, escargot foie gras , mushrooms and a bottle of Rosè, that's just for starters..... Finishing with bean soup then Apple bread pudding and home made ice cream, brandy and sherry. As Monty Python said " just a little morsel more..." Horizontal again.... ...
... bar can't understand a word we are saying. Just ordered a NOLA MECHAHOPZILLA but have had to settle for a NOLA Hopitoulas apparently that's a beer?? So we have people speaking Cajan weird names for been and street signs in French if you took it seriously you would cry. No wonder people laugh and it's the happiest city in the USA . They also dress a bit strange around here. Had to ask the dude if his mum was home when he got dressed this morning... No I don't have a black eye I run too ...
... We drove by Cathedral of St. John, it is Ash Wednesday so the bells were ringing. It is an absolutely a beautiful church. I would definitely recommend visiting, if you are in the area. We drove through Lafayette neighborhoods and also drove through the nearby Breaux Bridge parish (town).
Jason had suggested we go to Prejean’s Cajun restaurant to enjoy an authentic Cajun dinner and ...
... the Mississippi
and crossing back and forth on some of the small wood lift bridges along the
way. It is a pretty route along the bayous of Louisiana with a cornucopia of real estate
along the way. Riches to poverty, live in homes to cottages and hunt camps and
house boats dotted the landscape as our road weaved in and out of the swamps
and plains of the middle of Louisiana.
It was a great little scenic trip and took us around 4 hours to reach our