Carmel Inn & Suites

Address: 400 East First Street, Thibodaux, Louisiana, 70301, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 400 East First Street, Thibodaux, is near Acadian Cultural Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Thibodaux

      Stuck in Baton Rouge

      A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Apr 18, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... climb it. There wasn't any other alternative for handicaps, so she told me to go ahead and she would wait. The tour took about 45 min with a docent and after I got out, I looked all over for her. The weather was perfect--clear, low humidity and sunny--complete opposite of what it was sposed to be today. There were beautiful gardens and all kinds of places to sit outside, but she got upset and took off back to the boat. I found this out after I missed a bus leaving for the boat. ...

      Oak Alley Plantation

      A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Apr 13, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... larger their table ware would be. They also would turn it upside down so that their family crest would show. Another thing I learned was that the homes in the New Orleans area would have a large fan over the dining table. I did take a picture of this--it was to help keep them cool and also to shoo the flies away. After the tour, we came back to the boat and Kateva read the paper while I toodled around the boat. The ...

      Laura Plantation

      A travel blog entry by abbyshack on Apr 20, 2013

      13 photos

      ... this one well as this plantation had healthy profits for 20 years prior to the Civil War and economic downturns. Our tour guide had a great accent and was very knowledgeable and fast talking. We learned about the construction of the house, the family, the Creole culture, the sugarcane business, the life of the slaves. More about Laura Plantation: ...

      "Crawfish till the bitter end"

      A travel blog entry by photojenny on Nov 04, 2010

      3 photos

      ... in boils. Donnie & I were both determined to have a crawfish boil while we were down there and were running out of time. When we found the place it was completely empty. We were the only ones there with the exception of what looked like staff and/or friends of the staff hanging out at the front. We chose a table and were handed our menus. The place was not only empty but bland. It didn't have much atmosphere at all. When I opened ...

      June 2-6: CONVENT, LA

      A travel blog entry by ranlo on Jun 02, 2010

      10 photos

      ... the andouille gumbo and crawfish etouffee!

      Hymel's on Thursday nights--all you can eat catfish or shrimp boil. Great music and food! We had dinner with the couple parked next to us in the RV park. They traveled to some of the same places that we did so we had a lot to talk about.

      St. ...