Magnolia Motel

Address: 701 W 10th Street, Donaldsonville, Louisiana, 70346, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 701 W 10th Street, Donaldsonville, is near Houmas House Plantation and Bocage Plantation.
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Travel Blogs from Donaldsonville


A travel blog entry by amandaaclavier on Feb 08, 2015

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... long in each city.

I've been learning Italian and everything I can about roman history and art in the area so I'm familiar with the story and significance of the things I've traveled from the other side of the world for.

Italy is all I can think about. When I'm stressed or mad I go to the happy place in my mind where I can feel myself there. I'm so ready to leave and breath in the Italian air. I'm excited to say the least....


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A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jan 20, 2015

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... deck and saw the Legislative rooms where the legislators meet when in session. The building is quite ornate and old fashioned looking. A huge statue of Huey Long, the former governor and senator of Louisiana is in the middle of the garden marking his grave. He's a very interesting personality in Louisiana's history who was both loved and despised by the people ...

We're on the road, again.

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jan 16, 2015

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... us there is a Rudy's now in Chandler, AZ, so all my Arizona friends must try it. You'll love it. We visited with Fran and Len at their home, played with their dog, and had a wonderful day with our friends. We promised to stay with them on our way back through San Antonio in a few more weeks.

We left Texas driving through Houston on our way to Louisiana and our next stop in Baton Rouge. We've seen the scenery ...

Drove the Chevy to the levee....

A travel blog entry by helwit on May 12, 2014

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... well into the 20th century. The book Memories of the Old Plantation Home written by Laura Locoul Gore, whom the plantation is now named after, provides the current tour guides with comprehensive stories about the families who lived and owned this property. Laura Plantation was also unusual in that it was run by women for many years, The author Laura was the fourth mistress, she was born in 1861 and ran it as ...

Laura Plantation

A travel blog entry by abbyshack on Apr 20, 2013

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We spent a fascinating morning at Laura Plantation, a colorful Creole sugar cane plantation. History of the business, family and Creole culture is the emphasis here. Creole life is a blend of Native American, West Aftrican, and Western European cultures. For the Creoles, the sugarcane business meant family and family meant business. Women were the managers of the business and ...