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... plantation worked slaves seven days a week and the French/Spanish owned plantations worked slaves 5 days a week. Since this was a French owned plantation, they only worked the slaves 5 days a week. I guess it was good to see something outside of New Orleans. Louisiana does have a lot to offer historically. I would like to come back to Louisiana someday to see Lafayette and Baton Rouge
... make the life of a wealthy sugar cane plantation owner come alive. After the tour we opted to have lunch at The Cabin, a restaurant about 1 mile away, rather than at the cafe at the house. It was great...Doug had red beans and rice with a beautiful andouille sausage on top and I had the gumbo. Both were great and complimented by the buttermilk pie we shared for ...
... have their famous Original French Bread for sale. The light was lit, so of course, we stopped. I couldn't find the door which was around the side and went right in to the baking area. It was not a store at all. One baker taking gingerbread cakes out of the oven. I asked for French Bread. He went around the corner and came out with a loaf not in a bag, but wrapped in a printed wrapper whose ends he twisted. ...
Went to Thibodeux LA. today and it was worth it. Seen some Robichaux, Landry's and some Gaudets, the Gaudets were on the darkside, looked like they just got back from Punta Cana. I think we were the only Acadiens there !! Met another Thibodeux ( Donna) she worked at city hall..Nice old town
, lots of history and old buildings.. Back in New Orleans leaveing for Lafayette LA in the morning...Going to party with a cajun band tomorrow night.. Knee's might hurt in the ...
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