La Quinta Inn & Suites Lafayette Oil Center

1015 West Pinhook Rd., Lafayette, Louisiana, 70503, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1015 West Pinhook Rd., Lafayette, is near Vermilionville, Acadian Cultural Center, The Lafayette Natural History Museum and Planetarium, and The University Art Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Lafayette

Lafayette

A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Sep 29, 2014

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... night out in New Orleans. Apparently we would fit right in!!!! Jambalaya for dinner, lots of drinks and the Birthday piñata! We all opted to chip in for cabins that evening to catch up on some well needed and more comfortable sleep. Lafayette seemed to be just a stop over really before we headed off to New ...

Lafayette-New Orleans

A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 24, 2014

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... just got out about 100 or so metres when there was a big clunk and someone fell off their chair. One of the motors shat itself and we were stuck on a sandbar. At 9.30 am we were dragged off by a dinghy the drive shaft died and we went back in and jumped onto another boat. They brought extra seats on so we could get as many people on as possible. The ones that were left were put on a swamp boat...buggar so wanted to do that. It wet our whistle and later at lunch we went and ...

The road to Natchez

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 11, 2014

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... making perfectly sure of that. It was a hugely revealing tour. I have to also say their manners are impeccable and we were liberally plied with drink. They also were impressed when Bev showed them the Queen photos . This place seems more foreign than anywhere else I've visited. My tongue is crisscrossed with self inflicted bite marks. 23.00 Natchez is one of a handful of towns, not destroyed by the northern aggressors during the Civil War. So it's beautiful. ...

Day two Lafayette and the swamp tour

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 10, 2014

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... in westerns, only this one had lacy curtains. He probably serves tea to the boys in the lock up on doylies. The Cafe des Amis served delicious seafood dishes with great names crawfish étouffée, gulf fish stuffed with crab meat. Names you never see on the Carousel menu! For about 20$ a man it's superb value. 00.20 This afternoon visited Bordens, lovingly restored 40s style ice cream parlour where we created our own sundaes ...

Blue Dog heaven :-)

A travel blog entry by oliverlodge on Mar 24, 2014

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... prints, I know own and have at home.

I was going to go to The Blue Dog Cafe in Lafayette where George often had his lunch, maybe I would get to meet him! Sadly, this past December George succumbed to cancer, which was dreadful as he was only 69. However, I would still go and see the Cafe, have lunch and tip a glass or two to George.

We had a great ride along the banks of the Mississippi, past hydro electric damns, water ...