Baton Rouge Marriott
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Norma and I have been on something of an old-friends’ odyssey in the last few months. Didn’t plan it that way but it certainly has been a pleasant happening. Completely coincidentally, we have retouched base with three couples we have known well and known long but with time and space separating us, we only get to see all too infrequently. All three are extremely successful, self-made Louisiana men; not the sons of money, but men with drive and brains ...
... was ordered by governor 'Kingfish' Huey Long in the 1930's. The structure itself houses the Governor's office, as well as the local government's House of Representatives and Senate. The building is one of the tallest in Louisiana, and one of the tallest art Deco civic buildings of its type. The 27th floor ...
... have soda fountains to add to the syrup but people had to drink the coca cola in the shops. It was not until 1894 it was bottled and became as we know it today. Later we went to the museum in Vicksburg and learnt many facts about the Mississippi River how it has flooded many times over the years, how people settled near the river and towns developed. We stopped for an iced coffee which was the best we have had since we ...
... one I use to wash clothes on. There is a sewing room which houses a spinning wheel, loom, quilting rack.
We saw the smoke house for curing meats. Then to top the whole tour was the country store still in use with all the old things but used mostly now as a gift shop.
Our next stop was the Tunica-Biloxi cultural Center in Marksville, Louisiana. It is about the Tunica- Biloxi Indians. We first viewed a video about their lives. They ...