Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lafayette
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Dang has crawfish for sale, it's inside a gas station and you can order it live or boiled. 3 lbs minimum and they are $2/lb live and $3/lb boiled. When I asked how much one person could eat, she said oh, about 3 lbs. 6 lbs later (figured the kids would prefer hotdogs) and we were set. SIX pounds is a LOT of crawfish to peel. Now we know.... Doggone tourists. But man was it good!!! The question becomes.... Will the Mosquitos quit biting us now that we are eating local ...
Went to the beach after our yummy creole food, hit cypremort point, which is a man made beach and port. Saw a dead baby alligator on the side of the road so of course we had to do the tourist thing and stop to gape at it. Kids and dog had wonderful time in water, although it was too murky for any snorkel action. Water was very warm, almost too warm to help cool us ...
Miss Sara from the rice mill said Bon Creole was where we needed to eat. When We got there to order, several people were ordering and they each indicated this was INDEED the place to eat. We got seafood gumbo, crawfish po boy and crawfish étouffée. Oh. My. Goodness. Great food. Seriously great ...
... down there for, we had a great day soaking up the sun, had lunch at a beach side bar then headed back to our little house on wheels. Corpus is about two hours from San Antonio so a total four hour drive did not leave us a lot of time but enough to burn Bruce's belly...!!!!
Next day we decided we wanted to return to Riverwalk in the evening to see the magic with the lights and less people. Well we got ...
... on it. These were amazing even though the sauce was a touch spicy. We also had huge bowls of crawfish come out. The only way I can describe these is that they are similar to crayfish but more of a yabby size. Basically they were lots of work for not much food. The most entertaining thing of all was all of the English people having no idea how to peel any of it and being completely creeped out by the poo trail and anything that didn't ...