Pear Tree Inn Lafayette
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Finally we found someplace to stop!
We drove down to the road to get into this Walmart, well, every entrance had a yellow height barriers blocking the entrance - but we could see 3 motorhomes in the parking lot. We went around to the back entrance and were able to drive right in. We got ...
Woke up to rain today. After breakfast drove over to St. John's church which was built in 1821. Next to it was an amazing oak tree that is over 500 years old.
We then drove to the factory where Tabasco sauce is made. Angie was in heaven. Got some free samples to take along.
On the way back to the hotel, Spotted another casino, Cypress Bayou. Had to make another stop.
Headed back to watch the Super ...
... as we still had an hours drive left. Headed back on the road, and pulled into our hotel, at about 6:30 p.m. We were starving so after dropping off our luggage, we headed back out. One of the great things about road trips is trying new and local food. Luckily there was a Raising Canes right across the street, so we didn't have to. We will be here for two nights. Hopefully we get to check out some Cajun food ...
... but really not much. I found us a "hidden gem" of a locals restaurant and we popped in there for a bite to eat. It turned out that it was not much of a gem and that likely the locals would like it to remain local.
Fun fact: Le Petit Baton Rouge (The Little Red Stick) is used by some of the field workers to aid in picking only the perfectly ripe peppers that are the same color red as the stick is painted. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services