Red Roof Inn Lake Charles
Travel Blogs from Lake Charles
Not much happened on this day. We had a few hours to drive to Lake Charles in order to take a boat tour into the Louisiana bayou. Naturally, in preparation for this we watched The Princess and The Frog in the van on the way. On arrival we met up with the boat tour leader, who was called Cajun Jack. The 'Cajuns' are originally from Canada and migrated hundreds of years ago and settled in the ...
... go. Anyway, the current exhibit was Window on the West, views from the American frontier from the Phelan collection. It seemed kinda strange to travel thorough the west to view this collection in the south. Right fine collection of western art. There were no photos allowed, so you have to take my word on this one.
Hunger was setting in so ...
Made the drive up to and through Houston and thought all was good, crossing into Louisiana. Wrong. We stopped at the LA travel center, the first off ramp in La, and I spotted a flat on the right rear of RV, After clearing things up with AAA, that I did have RV coverage, 2 hours later the spare was on. The damaged tire could not be saved and we headed into Sulphur for a $400.00 ...
... homestead built over 200 years ago.
We had lunch at some local roadside joint that Ben recommended to try the southern cuisine, It was all deep fried , heavily coated in batter and very greasy. Luckily, Greg and I only shared ours. Hmm, not liking this southern creole food.
Headed onto Lafayette and stayed the night ...
We had a sleep in this morning! Nice motel, could be to do with that it is new!. Late start to the day so then we took a look around this place.
Took a drive to the old part of town and then over to lovely homes on the lake foreshore in the Charpentier Historic ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed