Baymont Inn & Suites Baton Rouge
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... loving the meals I recall so fondly from 20 (!) years ago. Brynn loved the dirty rice, Annie loved the ribs, and Katie loved the smoked sausage. On the road with full tummies, we were back on I-10 east. The girls slept soundly for 90 minutes and somehow we'd all magically digested our lunch enough to be ready for drive-thru milkshakes for snack. We made good time and drove all the way to Baton Rouge and checked into a little two bedroom suite for a relaxed ...
... small museum. I'm not keen on that kind of history, but my driver wanted to go check it out.
Coming back it alternated between brilliant sunshine and rain so hard it was difficult to see the road ahead. Thankfully only a brief patch to drive through.
Tomorrow we're on the move again to Natchez. It's also steeped in history, so fingers crossed we embrace more of this lovely area's past
... we got closer to Louisiana there were less crops and more woods.
The driver seemed to linger at smoke stops - he'd say "5 minutes" and take 10. We were supposed to have a 25 minute break when we changed buses but it was reduced to 15 because we were running late. There was a Maccas about 200m down the road but we didn't walk to it because we were worried about the time and expected we'd stop again ...
... and Scoule del Rocco in afternoon
Day 18 May 27 T Venice: Visit St. Mark's, Palazzo Querini Stanpalia and Accademia; pack for Wednesday departure
Day 19 May 28 W Locarno: Water taxi to San Lucia Train Station at 630 am; train to Milano; train to Bellinzona, and train to Locarno; met at station by Luigi and Barbara and escorted to apartment- what a beautiful view of Lake Maggiore ...
... actually attached) to Doge's Palace in San Marco, was built in the 11th century as a replacement for an earlier church at this site. Its Eastern-style architecture connects Venice with Byzantium which protected it from Charlemagne. Byzantium was an ancient Greek city which was rebuilt, became the new capital of the Roman Empire under Emperor Constantine in 330 AD and was ...