Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Baton Rouge/I-10
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... shoes and I danced for the first time in a very long time. The music stop so we could go see the demonstration of the Cajun food. It was nice but I really enjoyed looking around at the old way of life the people lived. There were people of Cajun people and we noticed that in one picture the father was the only one that had on shoes. Even the wife was barefooted. There was a lady in one room Quilting a beautiful quilt. When it was almost time to walk over to ...
Had breakfast with an old chap who favoured us with a long monologue which was pretty difficult to hear (and escape from). After that we got on the huge, decorated, hop on hop off bus which had a good local guide. This town has an interesting history. It was originally founded by capuchin monks who were in a flood prone area and used this high ridge nearby to bury their dead eventually they moved their monastery ...
... we stopped in at the antebellum mansion, Nottaway, also known as the White Castle. The owner, Renolds (?)made his fortune from sugar and retreated to Texas during the civil war leaving his wife and 10 children to house sit. Fortunately one of his sons had become friendly with a Yankee at school and this soldier promised to keep his house safe, so although the northerners used it as a camp, ...
... a very interesting visit.
Our very nice bus driver kept the bus cool for us and was waiting for us when we were ready to leave and head for the Frogmore Pantation. I asked if there was very many frogs there but Leslie gave me a look as if to say, really, Dottie?" So I just shrugged my shoulders and said, "just asking."
As it turned out Frogmore is a 1800 acre modern cotton plantation computerized 900 bales of cotton in a day. It has ...