Residence Inn Marriott Lafayette
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Very clean, nice studio bedroom. Pool was good, and the staff were quite helpful and friendly.
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... of the label Acadian. The word "Acadian" has modified in language usage to today’s term Cajun. It seems to be a term the people use proudly. Also, we’ve noticed that the local TV station and newspapers refer to the area as “Acadiana” rather than any other geographic or regional term. It’s used the same way we would use “The Research Triangle” or just “the Triangle”. ...
... the altar from Easter Sunday.
Interesting note: We picked up the newsletter and Easter Worship at Home program. Both had two full pages of ads from businesses much like you would see in a play bill or athletic program. It’s an interesting cultural practice that we don’t see often—at least not in ...
... Boiling Point. This restaurant, out on the highway, served us boiled whole crawfish with fried onion rings. There was a flavorful dipping sauce with Tabasco and other spices. Again, it wasn’t hot is flavor at all. George showed us how to break the crawfish apart and get the tail meat out. We didn’t suck the fatty part out of the head, but I did taste it. It was OK. George told us that ...
... We joined them for more beers and for supper we went over to a local seafood restaurant because we wanted to try Crawfish (we had tried them in Ottawa and did not like them so wanted to see what they are like when fresh and cooked properly) well we loved them! When done right they are tasty and somewhat spicy.
Sunday we went to the Acadian Memorial in St. Martinville which is where the Acadians landed ...
... to this part of the State.
So our first question when we arrived at our guest house (Blue Moon Saloon by the way if you are interested) was where to breakfast in this awesome little town? On a recommendation from a chef, who works the oil rigs and stays at the guesthouse on his breaks, we headed over to The French Press on E. Vermilon St (across from Parc San Souci). The building was originally an old printing warehouse and the original flooring (and ...