Holiday Inn Houma
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with chardy. After, we did a tour of the two story mansion, learning about the family, building and history of the area, then strolled through the grounds. All very impressive. We wandered through the gift shop, stopping at the café. Jenn bought the drinks – an apple juice for herself, and a “coffee” for Anne - a praline-liqueur coffee smothered in whipped cream with praline chips on top! Anne was so excited about recording it for the blog, she ...
After a good nights sleep on our comfy beds, we were up in time for room service coffee and juice...I love room service! We got ready for the day and headed down to breakfast--another fabulous buffet. I was going to work out this morning, but oh well! I'd rather eat! LOL We headed out to tour the Oak Alley Plantation, which turned out to be a walking tour. I didn't think Kateva could walk that far, so we got a wheelchair ...
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". ...
Some moments just turn out to be gems. Take, for instance, our morning at Bayou Cane in Houma, LA. Houma is described as the "Venice of the US" (at least in one publication) due to the numerous canals running through the charming town. I could understand that analogy if, in fact, there were 1) canals and 2) a charming town. I'd even settle for one, but as all I saw was strip mall after strip mall, followed by literally one ...