La Quinta Inn Baton Rouge University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Baton Rouge University Area
Older motel style La Quinta. Very friendly staff, great location. Breakfast was not there strong point. But considering the age of the motel, the room was nice. GREA pillowtop mattress. We would stay here again. GREAT value. Only four stars because the breakfast was a bit weak. Not bad, just nominal.
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... Lafayette to see St John's Cathedral and Cemetery, then Breaux Bridge where I did a lovely kayak ride around Lake Martin. Yesterday I biked around Baton Rouge, along the levee bike trail and then to the university, where there's a lake that I hung out by and read a book. Today on my way out of town (to New Orleans!) I'll stop at Highland park and the LSU arboretum, so I'll post pictures of that ...
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... is about 25 miles north of Baton Rouge in the sleepy little village of St. Francisville. We brought Lily with us because we knew we wouldn’t be gone for too long at a time and it wasn’t a hot or steamy day. We pulled into the plantation, checked in at the office and found that one tour had just started and the next one would be in 30 minutes. There was a restaurant called The Carriage House which looked interesting, if expensive. It was 1:30 ...
... After passing through airport-grade security, we rode up to the lookout on 27th floor. There was an impressive view of town and the Mississippi River, but a very chilly wind blowing. We bought some postcards at the giftshop - and Jenn bought a snow cone - then stopped in at the café for a cheap lunch. It was staffed with inmates from the local correctional centre, all very friendly folks! Jenn had toasted croissant, Anne had ...