Residence Inn Baton Rouge Towne Center at Cedar Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... of that series of travelogues we also got up close and personal with the newly refashioned historical relevance of The Alamo, (World Heritage Site), and Adobe Walls and Palo Duro Canyon, sites of the last battles in the southwest between the Comanche Indians and the U.S. Army.
Then Randy (president of the Louisiana Senate) and Rosemary Ewing invited us to Gunnison, Colorado, for their 50th wedding celebration (I was at the wedding a half-century ago; I love ...
... on the coasts, with Florida, or Las Vegas perhaps, as a stopover, is a real shame. It does a disservice to the distinctiveness and cultural uniqueness that you can find in each state. Baton Rouge Louisiana is a good example of why it's worth delving deeper. Whilst not the most distinguished of state capitals, there's ...
... the states...delicious. We drove approximately 150 miles to Baton Rouge to where we are staying tonight on our way to New Orleans. We first crossed the bridge ( the bridge we saw from our motel in Mississippi ) over to Louisiana. We did not want to retrace the same route as yesterday as we needed to travel via Natchez. Therefore we went from Mississippi to Louisiana back to Mississippi and back to Louisiana . It was nice ...
... on the map this stuff happens.
Lake Pontchartrain is massive. There was a pontoon boat screaming across the lake and I thought of our Lake Congamond. Congamond is not a Pontchartrain but our new pontoon boat flies.
I Exited I-10. The GPS recalculated and sent me across New Orleans Parish to the Mississippi River. I wanted to go to the French Quarter.This wasn't an issue until I got into ...
After our usual breakfast of scrambled egg, this time with brie and grape tomatoes, we jumped into the cart and did a quick buzz along to the end of the road to check out our neighbours. And snapped off a pic of our nearest cross-street – Alligator Bayou. We then buggied back to the carpark, collected our car and drove off towards Baton Rouge, capital of Louisiana. Wow, what a compact little city Baton Rouge is, not even half the size ...