Inn at The Isle

101 Westlake Avenue, Westlake, Louisiana, 70669, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Westlake

Happy Valentine's Day from LA

A travel blog entry by margotsilva


... We were clueless - missed it, but heard it was the last for this group that have been doing it there for 35 years… getting old they said! Most were well into their 80s.We packed up Mazy as water dog and went on some great hikes through the bayou saw birds and armadillo everywhere. Drove The Maze crazy! Really enjoyed the park in the bayou!


We drove all this way for warmer weather?

A travel blog entry by kingcotti


... s happened here today that was somewhat interesting, happened when I put Theo on the leash and opened the door so he could get outside. I had no intention of joining him, but when he took off (still on the leash) I had no choice but to step out as well. Had to see what the excitement was. The young white tail deer was bounding away, but neither Theo nor I joined him. The camp host had mentioned that there was a rather tame deer here, so I presume I nearly met ...

Week 3: Casino and Training

A travel blog entry by traveled


... paired info with practice on lab scale and mini commercial scale equipment.

Saturday, I played in the softball tournament. Some teams didn't show up, so we won a game due to forfeit. Then, we actually won a game by merit! We ended up in 3rd place for the tourney. Not bad for a new team with a bunch of older guys, and I think possibly the only team with girls too. I am looking forward to next season.

Easy-Squeezy driving, but crappy roads

A travel blog entry by joec404

Oh great. Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal just declared a state of emergency for this weekend for the hurricane headed to the coast. We better beat it outta here tomorrow, long pedal flat.

Nice drive in the back roads. We saw miles, and miles of sugar cane, and got to one spot where they were harvesting this stuff. Wow, big machines, lots of them, heavy-loaded trucks.

Then ...

Cajun Jack

A travel blog entry by tomgreen

Not much happened on this day. We had a few hours to drive to Lake Charles in order to take a boat tour into the Louisiana bayou. Naturally, in preparation for this we watched The Princess and The Frog in the van on the way. On arrival we met up with the boat tour leader, who was called Cajun Jack. The 'Cajuns' are originally from Canada and migrated hundreds of years ago and settled in the ...

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good