Days Inn Houma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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After another home-cooked breakfast, we set off towards Baton Rouge, driving into the hinterland, along route 44 adjacent to the Mississippi River (not visible from the road due to the high levy banks). We passed a surprising amount of heavy industry – petroleum refineries, coal loaders and conveyor belts, and a sugar refinery. The fields around have sugarcane – either just harvested or just planted, so a real contrast of primary and heavy industry, interspersed ...
... larger their table ware would be. They also would turn it upside down so that their family crest would show. Another thing I learned was that the homes in the New Orleans area would have a large fan over the dining table. I did take a picture of this--it was to help keep them cool and also to shoo the flies away. After the tour, we came back to the boat and Kateva read the paper while I toodled around the boat. The ...
... President), Grand Ridge Golf Club. He also showed me The Grand Ridge. Remember, this is southern Louisiana. Apparently, the Grand Ridge is this furrow across the course. I think I missed it. but again, I digress. Returned home. I changed out of my yellow shirt, and I think this threw CeCe off. She stopped crying and we had a wonderful evening. We dined in royal style, fried catfish, barbecued ...
... all the hippie crazies in California. There was a spiel on how only Fox News reports the truth ABC, NBC and CBS make it up while they go along. Oh dear we are not in Kansas anymore. There was a lovely couple who asked all about our road trip. They are in the process of selling their house and moving to Portland, Oregon where their son and his wife life. I wished them luck. Portland is a long way from Houma. Finally, we finished our ...
... Senegalese slaves at Laura Plantation are believed to have first told the floklorist Alcee Fortier the tales of Br'er Rabbit (did you read those? I did!); and his friend Joel Chandler Harris used the stories in his Uncle Remus tales.
This was our favourite plantation to visit. We spent 2 hours there and the tour itself was at least an hour and a half, really captivating. Well worth a visit.