Houma S Red Carpet Inn

Address: 2115 Bayou Black Dr, Houma, Louisiana, 70360, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 2115 Bayou Black Dr, Houma, is near Terrebonne Parish, Pedestrian Bridge, and Bermuda Island Parasail Company.
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Travel Blogs from Houma

Mr Charlie

A travel blog entry by rlkefauver on Jun 06, 2015

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We took off for Morgan city to visit mr Charlie today, a training facility for oil rig workers. We had a very nice tour guide who shared his opinions about the oil industry.. Very interesting to learn how the semi-submerged oil rigs are setup so they don't move. And all the additional safety precautions that were put into place after the bad oil accident 5 years ago. One example, they are required ...

The Mississippi River

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 26, 2015

... The Mississippi River is a very wide and very, very busy river. There are barges constantly going up and down the river and many large, ocean-going ships anchored in the river or sailing in one direction or the other. The barges are called tows and the tug boats are called tow boats even though they push the barges (tows) and not 'tow' them. I haven't seen any towns along the river. Probably because ...

Swamp Adventures

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Mar 31, 2015

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... except one person who wouldn't do it. I wasn't sure if I would at first as I'm not a massive reptile person. Captain Gary picked up on my nervousness and done something my Gary would totally do... thrust the gator in my direction while making a 'boo' noise haha. He's lucky I didn't jump back off the side of the boat. I did it though, so go me!

So, we held a baby Gator, seen a massive one on the side of the bank who then went into the water just as we sped ...

Plantations

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Mar 31, 2015

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... It was also really interesting to see some of the original 'slave' homes still standing and learn about conditions and circumstances surrounding slave labour.

Afterwards, we headed to Oak Alley Plantation for some lunch and a tour. Lunch was delicious and gave us the chance to sample some authentic Louisiana fare such as Gumbo, Jambalaya, Bread pudding, Crawfish, sweet tea, etc.

The house itself is named for the double row of oak trees that stand out ...

A breakfast to remember

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 12, 2012

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... looked like it had not been the victim of strip-mallization, I’m very skeptical on the charming town. As for the canals, they seemed to be more channels of the bayou nestled between the opposing lanes of traffic on the highway, more in use by commercial vessels than gondolas.

Nonetheless, the welcome center gave us some vague description of how to get to a breakfast spot (even though it was now ...