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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... just by standing there looking stupified. In fact, the woman in the visitor's center was a bit odd: she surely loved to talk, though. She went on and on. Spent a good deal of time trying to convince us to stay in Natchitoches (which she pronounced "notch-i-toosh") for the night because "We have the third best Christmas celebration in the nation after Rockefeller Plaza and Disneyworld. And tonight is the fireworks. It's the 300 ...
We were awakened by a extremely loud air raid siren this morning. The City of Nachitoches (nak-a-tish) has a very loud siren system with recorded announcements throughout the downtown area. Thoughts of impending London air raids, armageddon or tornados went through our heads until we heard the loudspeakers throughout town, warning of lighting strikes from the incoming thunder storms. That was a whole lot of excitement within the B&B for just another thunder storm. Breakfast ...
We enjoyed another delicious breakfast with Jeanette, our host at the B&B. Jeanette is a fascinating Ol' Southern Belle who enjoys her drinking - her afternoon wine she calls her "Toddy for the body". She invited her B&B guests to share her morning "libation". She also taught us the difference between the morning libation and the evening cocktail. She served her guests frosty glasses of special "Milk Punch". A potent mix of frozen milk, rum, brandy and ...
... for 50 years. Today her work is very valuable and she is considered Louisiana's most famous folk artist. Her original role at the plantation was as a cook. The history of the plantation is very interesting. Marie Thérèze Coin-Coin, an enslaved woman and Claude Pierre Metoyer, her French owner had many children together. The land was acquired through land grants and the Yucca House was the first structure followed by the ...
... course resulting in a 36 mile long oxbow lake known as the Cane River. When it changed from a river port it gave rise to cotton kingdoms along the river. The affluent owners had plantation homes as well as elegant houses in the town. The fact that it became isolated resulted in the preservation of its heritage. The town shares French, Spanish, African and Anglo-Saxon ...