Residence Inn Baton Rouge Siegen Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... yelled at that morning. Something like 'HURRY ON UP THERE, WILL YA'. He said he turned around and there was no one there.
We had a quick tour of the bottom level and were told some of the gruesome history. Pretty awesome place.
Next stop was Rosedown Plantation. Another beautiful old house with amazing gardens that went forever. It was easy ...
... the things you want to do and don't have to look back in regret later on thinking about what you missed out on.
There is much more before and after these events, but the time is running out on our library computer and we are pooped as pancakes. So, thank you a million times over to everyone who has helped us along the way in journey. May the love and light of the unicorns continue to bless your day!
Lolligagging in Louisiana,
Powerstroke and Turbo Diesel
After touring Melrose, we headed back to St. Francisville, stopping for dinner at "Roux 61" - a wonderful seafood restaurant along Rt. 61 just outside of Natchez. Highly recommended- everything was delicious!
We returned to the Cottage Plantation for, where we climbed up into our tall plantation bed with the help of a little stepstool and had a good night's rest.
... bell, which signaled everyone on the plantation. The gardens were extensive, and we were impressed by the sunken cold frame used to nurture plants in cool weather. Kerry is already thinking about building one! This was our favorite plantation of all of those which we toured! The state does a remarkable job in preserving this site (and there is a senior discount too!) You can read more about Rosedown ...
... the oar to be placed as different positions on the fixed vertical arm used for leveraging the oar. Gondolas are able to operate on the Grand Canal but often escape the extensive traffic of the Grand Canal for the quiet and calm waters of the extensive system of side canals (Rios). After learning of the construction and maintenance of gondolas and seeing the gondoliers in action along the Grand Canal and Rios, we came away with a sincere appreciation for ...