Residence Inn Marriott Lafayette
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... out of her bag, turning on ALL of her electronics, and a serious pat down – yikes! She just made it to the gate as they were finishing boarding. We almost made the flight as there was this family of 4 that couldn’t all get on the flight – there were only 3 seats left. They wanted to stay together, so we hoped they would wait until tomorrow. Because the next day’s flights were booked too, there was no guarantee ...
... amazing....so delicious and everyone loved it. After dinner we cleared up and had s'mores using the stove as we don't have a fire and complemented the marshmallows with Nutella and Hershey's chocolate. Then the normal crowd sat around and had a few drinks and played heads up which is a variation of charades using an ipad and it films those acting out the words. Watching it back was hilarious. Then it was time for bed as tomorrow we hit New ...
... Keno from 5 - 9; truckers stop for there regular bowl of gumbo and people were friendly. The chicken sausage gumbo was tasty and Darren had a platter of seafood and then some. Grilled catfish, softshell crab, oysters, frog legs, shrimp, baked potato and seafood etouffe.
We topped the evening off toasting Mom with Whitehouse ice cream. Vanilla and marchino cherries - it was good! Thanks Mom!!!
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... of the thicket. I sat in a camp folding chair along the side of the RV, and just sat there for an hour quietly calling, "kitty..... here kitty". After a very long and lonely hour, out of the edge of the thorny blackberry bushes, came little kitty. We were so thankful she came back.... we love our little kitty. She slept on the foot of the bed the entire night. Oh yeah, about our dinner.....that didn't happen that night.
... camped. These are his mother's sister's girls. His mother was born and raised in this area. Brian and I did the local tourist stuff. We drove to the Tobasco Factory on Avery Island and visited the Jungle Gardens there. Further down the highway we stopped at the Rip Van Winkle Gardens on Jefferson Island. These island are giant salt plugs and the salt is mined here in addition to the peppers grown for the Tobasco. Turns out Louisiana is the salt ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Inn Marriott Lafayette
Very clean, nice studio bedroom. Pool was good, and the staff were quite helpful and friendly.
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