Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Scott/Lafayette
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Sunny day with warm temperatures in the 80s. We're off to learn more about Acadiana and the Acadians or Cajuns.
The Vermillion Village is a reconstructed Acadian village along the banks of the Vermillion River. Several old houses have been moved to this location to create a village. There were the usual artifacts from homes in the late 1700s when the Acadians came here. But the most interesting part were ...
We didn't do much today. It was sunny and warm and we took a break and read most of the day. Jim: Brad Thor, and Barbara’s reading Louise Penny. We took a short trip to downtown Lafayette to the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. It is a beautiful, old parish with wonderful stained glass window and many, many ...
Clouds abound and the humidity is very high. Highs will be in the low 80s but hopefully no
rain until this evening. A good day to
drive to Acadiana for a food tour and the Tabasco Factory. It’ll take about an hour to drive through
Factory Tour: This was an OK tour. Pretty good video at the beginning, but the tour consisted of walking past the bottling operation. ...
Well here we are in Louisiana. One State closer to home. After a long drive from San Antonio we pulled into the Cajun Palms RV Resort around 4:30pm tired but happy to be here. But before we get into what's happening here in Cajun Country we need to go back and finish up with San Antonio.
After a down day because of the rain we headed down to Corpus Christi for the day. What a nice beach. Because that's what ...
... grocers around the Gulf Coast, particularly in New Orleans. He labeled it “Tabasco,” a word of Mexican Indian origin believed to mean “place where the soil is humid” or “place of the coral or oyster shell.” McIlhenny secured a patent in 1870, and TABASCO® Sauce began its journey to set the culinary world on fire. Sales grew, and by the late 1870s, he sold his sauce throughout the U.S. and even in England.
Over 140 ...