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Travel Blogs from Opelousas
... They have a wonderful tradition I would love to adopt. They spend sunset on he beach with a glass of wine and cheese. Check out the pictures. Fred even arranged a full moon for us. Haha. Fred showed us around the beach towns. Rob and I both fell in love with a little town Grayton Beach. Now this is what I picture when I think of a beach town. This is now number one on our list of possible ...
Well we were supposed to leave camp at 8:30am and it is now 11am and we are only just leaving. I set my alarm for 7:30 but at 7am I was kind of awake anyway and then Nicole calls to us and says we are leaving asap. It started chucking it down in the night and everything was soaked so everyone wanted to get out of the campsite. Also Texas has had some major floods recently and the stream that was behind us was now a raging river. ...
... and lots of samples including Tabasco ice cream and coke, oddly quiet nice! We took a drive around the grounds after on a hunt for alligators! That night we went to a local restaurant and had some amazing Cajun food, the gumbo was the best we've had. There was some live (******) music but it was an experience especially with the 14ft alligator (dead/stuffed!) in the ...
... there may be intruders and.... "Why I would have to get my gun 'n shoot them, 'n that'd mean cleaning my gun and ruinin' my manicure. Now that would make me so mad ah'd have to shoot them all over agin." I think we'll lock up. 19.15 Our house was first designed in 1811 and belonged to one family for over 150 years. I know this because our hostess gave us a grand tour at 5.30. It wasn't a tour one felt able to opt out of. Pleasant Hill is its name and if you want ...
... in "her" lane. Too funny. We thought we might be lucky enough to see her talking personally with a police officer on the side of the road ahead, but no such luck.
Lafayette is nice. Love all the French streets names - lots of Rue de _____. We drove around a bit, tried to see an historic house built in the early 1800's, but it closed at 4, and then found a beautiful park (Girard Park) by the University of Louisiana ...
Other places to stay in Opelousas
5696 I-49 North Service Road, Opelousas | 3 star hotelfrom $121
5454 I-49 North Service Road, Opelousas | 2 star hotelfrom $102
4165 I-49 S. Service Road, Opelousas | 2 star hotelfrom $94
5761 I-49 Service Rd., Opelousas | 1 star hotelfrom $67
5791 I-49 Service Road South, Opelousas | 1 star hotelfrom $58
2235 Creswell Lane Ext Lot B, Opelousas | 3 star hotelfrom $132