Pear Tree Inn Lafayette
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... friendly city and except for the downtown (if you can call it that), it is somewhat dangerous to walk because there are no footpaths and traffic moves fast.
The Andouille Sausage at Blue Dog Cafe was to die for. So were the Medium-Rare Lamb meatballs and Gulf shrimp BBQ at Jolie's.
I now head for Avery Island, the home of Tabasco and their Jungle Gardens.
... my family, I feel that the fact that my partner and I are both female bodied people requires some adjustment time for my family. So I am very grateful to feel so much love and support from Janelle and Ronnnie. My mom scanned hundreds of black and white pictures today, and my head is so full of the accompanying stories. Mais, I'm slowly learning about all of the people who came together to create me.
When I travel, I remember. I remember what lies under the 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. tasks, who I wanted to be, and why life is exciting. Currently, what is exciting me is a trip to visit my family in south Louisiana. This is a trip I have wanted to make happen for years. Since we moved to North Carolina when I was 5, we have made yearly (often more) visits my mom's family which always include gumbo, dancing, storytelling, and Cajun French. My mom, my uncle, my grandparents, ...
... to smaller highways. This would lead me around the outer most ring road of Houston. The theory was to miss the city traffic and freeways. I was happy to leave the interstate and ride on the 90, then I was even happier when I saw that the next road, 1960, was classified as per signage as a "Farm Road". It was still extremely windy, but this sounded good. I will be circling Houston on "'Farm Road 1960". It was great, until ...
... An air boat ride would be fun in a more populated area where the damage has already been done, but I wanted to go into the back country. The girl at the hotel front desk suggest a very Eco-friendly tour and the reservation was booked ($20 plus tip). As an added bonus, I had a nice 48 minute ride around the back roads leading to the small parking lot that was used as the launch. Yes, I headed North when I should have gone South (in my defense, the sky ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking