SpringHill Suites Baton Rouge South
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... to eat more! Pretty dang good, y'all.
PS - Some of the people I meet serving me in shops find it rather interesting where I am from. Almost like they are blessed I am visiting their neck of the woods or something. It's rather cute.
Today we drove to New Orleans and then jumped on a street car to ...
... friends and some specialists to help her in her endeavor. We told her that we want to build our own houses, too, and she asked what kind of experience we had. When we said we had close to none, she seemed a little surprised and suggested we help out on a few habitat for humanity builds. Brilliant! What a great idea! Carol also inspired us to create a bucket list. She said she's been able to check most things off of her's and we hope to live that kind of life, too, where you ...
... State Historic site. This is the site of the Oakley Plantation, where John James Audubon arrived in 1821 to serve as a tutor for the young lady of the house. This house is built in a style more typical for the islands in the west indies, with great shutters allowing ventilation along the outside gallery, but helping to keep sun (and bugs) away. It was interesting that in this house, ...
... House, built about 1837.
We then drove on toward St. Francisville, Louisiana, to see Rosedown Plantation, now maintained by the state of Louisiana as a historic site. Daniel and Martha Turnbull began constructing Rosedown in 1834. Their cotton plantation covered 3,455 acres, and over 400 slaves worked on their lands. The gardens visited during the Turnbull's honeymoon in Europe inspired ...
We had the plan to just drive through the city and take in a little tour of the U.S.S. Kidd, which is a little known destroyer that fought in the Pacific during World War II. Oops, guess it wasn't that easy for us to do. This was an intriguing and informative stop, glad we took the two hours to tour this famous ship. Without spending many words with this dialog, the captions within the photos should be enough for those of you who ...