Hyatt Place Baton Rouge/I-10
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It's time to go back again to work, grocery shop, capture up with family and buddies and tackle that mountain of soiled laundry you just pulled from your suitcase. Welcome back to genuine life. See or view chapter subheadings as breathers or "pauses." Allow's say that you've just written a draft of a chapter's introduction and are prepared to jump to the next section. What topic will that ...
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To mark the kick off of another LSU Tiger football season this weekend, Norma and I want to give you a glimpse down in the catacombs of Tiger Stadium where the icons of Louisiana football are enshrined. Since I signed in as a freshman at LSU in 1962, I've been to hundreds of LSU football games, but I had never seen the mysterious innards of Tiger Stadium.
The visit of Emmet and Toni Stephenson gave us the opportunity to go where few ...
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A good place to start your journey is with look around the state capitol. In many ways it's a typical example of Art Deco civic architecture, with a familiar shape reminiscent of Los Angeles City Hall and others. The building's dignified fašade is is a landmark in Baton Rouge. ...
Before we left Vicksburg to continue on our travels, Liz had read that Vicksburg was known as the first place Coca Cola was actually first bottled anywhere in the world in 1894. It was first invented by a pharmacist in 1886 as a medicine in syrup form.It was made of coco leaf and actually green. Later water or soda was added to make it into a drink and caffeine was added, whilst the coco leaf was taken out. Local drug ...
... continuous ginning system with the double press. On side of the gin was an old cotton wagon and a horse.Not a real one. Close to the cotton fields is the cooking cabin where the slaves prepared. African and European cuisine. The slave living quarters were one room buildings where five to six people lived in at one time. We saw the house where they did washing and ironing and also a rare 1800 washing machine. Of course there were the washboard ...