Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Baton Rouge
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... quoted on all tours. Sugar plantations were run with an iron fist because a large sugar plantation would bring in about six million dollars annually. Slaves provided the labour and business with the society elite was done in the Director's bedroom (very polite in Creole society - you were never invited through the main doors which was considered the "animal" entrance. Bayou tours vary greatly. You have a choice of airboat or flat bottom boat. Either way insist on ...
... to eat more! Pretty dang good, y'all.
PS - Some of the people I meet serving me in shops find it rather interesting where I am from. Almost like they are blessed I am visiting their neck of the woods or something. It's rather cute.
Today we drove to New Orleans and then jumped on a street car to ...
After touring Melrose, we headed back to St. Francisville, stopping for dinner at "Roux 61" - a wonderful seafood restaurant along Rt. 61 just outside of Natchez. Highly recommended- everything was delicious!
We returned to the Cottage Plantation for, where we climbed up into our tall plantation bed with the help of a little stepstool and had a good night's rest.
- Before going to New Orleans, we decided to stop off at LSU and go to a football game. This was to the delight of Jeff and Reagan because football is their favorite sport.
- Hours before the game we got gas for $37.54, food and drinks for $10.57, and ice for $8.00.
- Two hours before the game we walked around ...
... actually attached) to Doge's Palace in San Marco, was built in the 11th century as a replacement for an earlier church at this site. Its Eastern-style architecture connects Venice with Byzantium which protected it from Charlemagne. Byzantium was an ancient Greek city which was rebuilt, became the new capital of the Roman Empire under Emperor Constantine in 330 AD and was ...