Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Baton Rouge/I-10
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... of that series of travelogues we also got up close and personal with the newly refashioned historical relevance of The Alamo, (World Heritage Site), and Adobe Walls and Palo Duro Canyon, sites of the last battles in the southwest between the Comanche Indians and the U.S. Army.
Then Randy (president of the Louisiana Senate) and Rosemary Ewing invited us to Gunnison, Colorado, for their 50th wedding celebration (I was at the wedding a half-century ago; I love ...
... there to occupy you for a few days and it represents a good opportunity to learn about the local history, see some interesting attractions and sample the local food and night-life, making it a worthwhile place to stop over if you're down south.
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... the states...delicious. We drove approximately 150 miles to Baton Rouge to where we are staying tonight on our way to New Orleans. We first crossed the bridge ( the bridge we saw from our motel in Mississippi ) over to Louisiana. We did not want to retrace the same route as yesterday as we needed to travel via Natchez. Therefore we went from Mississippi to Louisiana back to Mississippi and back to Louisiana . It was nice ...
... deluge. After 20 min. it let up enough to continue. I stayed on my plan to ride up the Mississippi River. The weather front seemed to be moving west to east but slowly. Taking the slower road worked and the ride from NOLA to Baton Rouge was actually pleasant. I got some great pictures of 2 plantation houses, and farms. This area must produce half of the gasoline in America. The oil refineries on this road ...
Outside of New Orleans you can tour the bayou and the sugarcane plantations. Both New Orleans or Baton Rouge can be used as the base for these tours. The plantation tour gives you a taste of the 1800s sugar industry when sugar was considered "white gold". Sugar plantation were run by the family and overseen by the Director (who inherited the role as the smartest child - male or female). The Creole saying was "my family is my business and my business is my family" and ...