La Quinta Inn & Suites Houma
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... with chardy. After, we did a tour of the two story mansion, learning about the family, building and history of the area, then strolled through the grounds. All very impressive. We wandered through the gift shop, stopping at the café. Jenn bought the drinks – an apple juice for herself, and a “coffee” for Anne - a praline-liqueur coffee smothered in whipped cream with praline chips on top! Anne was so excited about recording it for the blog, she ...
... a champagne reception for all passengers and then it was time for dinner. I've eaten more in the past two days than I have in the last couple months, or so it seems. We went to the theater where there was a musical act of Memphis related songs--typical show boat fare but entertaining none the less. Kateva is ready for bed, and it's only 7:30. Thank goodness for our balcony. :)) there's a full moon shining on the ...
... President), Grand Ridge Golf Club. He also showed me The Grand Ridge. Remember, this is southern Louisiana. Apparently, the Grand Ridge is this furrow across the course. I think I missed it. but again, I digress. Returned home. I changed out of my yellow shirt, and I think this threw CeCe off. She stopped crying and we had a wonderful evening. We dined in royal style, fried catfish, barbecued ...
... At first, we were certain we had gone astray—we kept driving past mile after mile of strip mall, ubiquitous franchises and gas stations. But then, mirabile dictu, Bayou Cane hove into view. With a sign on the door that says, “Gaming machines have no cash” we knew we’d hit the jackpot.
Bayou Cane is a fairly stereotypical diner—what you’d expect, and want, from a small town ...
... Alley. This family also had a home in New Orleans where the social scene was.
Laura Locoul, whose Grandmother founded the estate, kept a detailed diary of plantation life, family fights and the management of slaves. The information from Laura's diary and the original slave cabins and outbuildings provide rare insights into slavery under the French. We visited the house, the outbuildings and the ...