La Quinta Inn & Suites Lafayette Oil Center

Address: 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

I still love Texas

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 09, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... we had to navigate the maze of raised roadways. Texas loves their tangles of roads and we drove up over some and under others and around some as well. With a good GPS it would be a piece of cake, however, the lady in the box told us at one point to keep left when we should have kept right. Thanks to Map Quest on my Iphone we were able to recover, but it cost us some time. Once we were out of the maze, we headed east through ...


A travel blog entry by atimetowander on Aug 07, 2015

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Lafayette Louisiana is about 2 hrs away from New Orleans, and known for its Cajun food (versus Creole in Nola). We went on an amazing food tour by local Miss Marie, who taught us that Cajun is actually an American *******ization of "Acadian," the name for a group of French settlers in Canada in the 17th century, many of whose relatives eventually ended up in Louisiana.


Happy 4th of July!

A travel blog entry by clisenbee on Jul 04, 2015

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It's been a fair while since I have posted. Albany Georgia was great. Rob has the greatest family! We stayed with his cousin Greg. What a kind and gracious man. He drove us around for two days. Showing us the sights. He also taught me how to cook on a green egg. Now I feel confident to go home and fire mine up. We may even have to upgrade to a larger one. Albany is a beautiful city with amazing home ...

Avery Island, Cajun Food and Tabasco Factory

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 06, 2015

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... with a roux. George’s grandmother told him that any meal that began with a roux should end with potato salad. He also said that people put their potato salad into the bowl of gumbo. This
potato salad is simpler that ours without egg or pickle or onion that we are familiar with. It’s well cooked potatoes with mayonnaise and a little diced celery. So we tried it that way. A small amount ...

Blue Dog heaven :-)

A travel blog entry by oliverlodge on Mar 24, 2014

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... had started incorporating the spirit and likeness of his dog into his work and then become successful. Therefore, he began to paint "Blue Dog" more and more and across different mediums, hence the Harley in the window and a baby grand covered in the likeness too. At this stage I couldn't afford a print but things being as they are, in 1999, I found myself in New Orleans at his gallery buying an original painting - "Tee Blue" which along with half a ...