Homewood Suites Baton Rouge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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I've been learning Italian and everything I can about roman history and art in the area so I'm familiar with the story and significance of the things I've traveled from the other side of the world for.
Italy is all I can think about. When I'm stressed or mad I go to the happy place in my mind where I can feel myself there. I'm so ready to leave and breath in the Italian air. I'm excited to say the least....
... to Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. However, Louisiana is a state of contrasts. The people are warm and welcoming, exuding southern charm, while the roads and buildings are in need of serious repair work! We visited the Louisiana State Capitol Building in downtown Baton Rouge, the tallest state capitol in the country at 27 stories high. We went to the 24th ...
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We slept our first night in Las Cruces, NM, and visited the historic Old Mesilla town square and the Basilica of San Albino. Did you know Billy the Kid was tried here in the old courthouse and sentenced to hang in 1881? This was really the "Old West" where outlaws and settlers lived and played in the ...
... a "Cajun napoleon"-- a potato cake topped with a crab cake topped by a poached egg topped by hollandaise and a few shrimp for good measure. (We're working on an explanation of how all that fits into our low-carb diet, but we still have a long way to go with it.)
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... and the occasional sugarcane and rice fields into Texas. We finally pulled into Baytown to the Magnusson Hotel. It was well-priced ($70) and very adequate for an overnight stay. The carpark was full of pickups so a real working man's hotel - muddy boots lined up outside each door. We withdrew money from a drive-in ATM - but it was clear we weren't locals - we got out of our car! We then drove around chasing a ...