La Quinta Inn Lafayette North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Lafayette North
As far as I am concerned this was the best hotel we stayed in our our Coast2Coast Harley ride. Why, because of Jessica the Duty Manager who was the friendliest and nicest member of hotel staff I have ever met. Had great chats, good recommendations and a lift - which when you travel America with everything so far apart - is a big deal. Jessica, Kenn and I thank you!!
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... America. Here over 16% of the population live below the poverty line. With a population in excess of 120000 and a per capita income of $21000.00 there are a lot of people going nowhere fast. It's a good point to reflect on when we complain about conditions in Australia, compared to these guys we are living the dream and we get Health Care, Superannuation, Long Service Leave, 4 weeks annual leave, public holidays and a basic wage! We met a school teacher last night who lived ...
Having been in the go for 3 weeks straight today is an official Rest Day. We are staying at the Ramada (would recommend to anyone). Huge place complete with convention centre. So no alarm this morning but still up by 8am and breakfast in the hotel, eggs bacon, fruit, coffee, juice... Back to the room for a read and a snooze. Room was made up whilst we were out very efficient. Caught an Uber into town for lunch at Jolies Bistro, up market but not overly ...
... also known as the Louisiana Airborne Memorial Bridge, is a pair of parallel bridges in the U.S. state of Louisiana between Baton Rouge and Lafayette which carries Interstate 10 over the Atchafalaya Basin. With a total length of 96,095 feet (29,290 m) or 18.2 miles, it is the second-longest bridge in the US and fourteenth-longest in the world by total length, traffic on the bridge averaged over 24000 vehicles per day. This is swamp country so you realise why they need bridges. ...
... pecans. The lady told us about many of the rice crackers and other rice products they carry. It was a nice was to experience this specialty rice.
4. Bon Creole Restaurant. This was a restaurant that the locals go to although its appearance might turn one off. Here we had seafood gumbo, and chicken with andouille sausage gumbo. George told us about a very new-to-us food practice. Gumbo ...
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7. Chasing down the spirit of John Wayne in Monument Valley, AZ;
8. Encountering the land of the ancients at Canyon De Chelly, AZ;
9. Traveling old Route 66 to Tucumcari, NM;
10. Touring Cowboy Stadium in Arlington, TX;
11. Last night on the road in Lafayette, LA.
12. Home again.