La Quinta Inn & Suites Houma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Southern Lady and did not like her “patter” being interrupted with a question! After, we checked out the one-room school-house and slave quarters in the back yard. An inventory priced all the slaves up to $2,000 for a carpenter. From there we drove to Oak Alley, a majestic plantation home with a magnificent row of 300 year old oaks framing the entrance from the road. We lunched in the pavilion there – grilled chicken with shrimp gumbo and a salad, ...
After a good nights sleep on our comfy beds, we were up in time for room service coffee and juice...I love room service! We got ready for the day and headed down to breakfast--another fabulous buffet. I was going to work out this morning, but oh well! I'd rather eat! LOL We headed out to tour the Oak Alley Plantation, which turned out to be a walking tour. I didn't think Kateva could walk that far, so we got a wheelchair ...
Dawdled a bit in Fulshear, waiting for traffic to die down, took off about 9:00, had a remarkably easy transit ALL the way across Houston. It is HUGE, just goes on and on and..... you get the picture. Foggy, kind of misty (see picture below). We really can't complain. Fantastic weather throughout this trip. Now, if it will hold up as we venture to Florida... Arrived in Luling, LA about 4:00. Jane ...
... 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 ...
... for sale. Really looked good but we didn't buy any.
The next town down the road was St. Martinsville. It is famous as the site of Longfellow's epic poem "Evangeline" and the town has made the most of it. There is Evangeline everything.
Then we came to the town of Jeanerette. We read we should watch for Le Jeune Bakery which has been in operation since 1846. If the red light out front is ...