Suburban Extended Stay LaPlace

111 Jean Street , LaPlace, Louisiana, 70068, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 111 Jean Street , LaPlace, is near San Francisco Plantation.
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Travel Blogs from LaPlace

City Park and French Market

A travel blog entry by timtamm on Sep 08, 2014

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Today we woke up and headed over to breakfast, once again we were treated to a really lovely breakfast, this morning was a sweet and it was crepes, just wonderful. Luckily my abscess decided to rupture during the night and my pain has demonised considerably, still there but no where near as painful as it was.we headed out this morning down North Rampart Street and walked to Canal where we caught the street car to City Park. Here we went to the Sculpture Gardens and looked at ...

Rest Day and the Natchez Cruise

A travel blog entry by timtamm on Sep 07, 2014

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... the area performed ceremonial dancers and then later the enslaved Africans used it on Sundays to play music, dance and enjoy themselves. The park has lovely roses everywhere and several Magnolia trees but the flowering was over which was a pity. It was extremely humid as well but you do get used to it. Mid-afternoon we walked down to the Riverfront for our Natchez Dinner Cruise. We left early and walked to ...

Good Bye Rhode Island

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on Jun 07, 2014

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... I have found, where transport is concerned particularly, is that Americans do not like the single file queuing system. Whenever I have caught a bus and getting into the escalator for the train, a mass group of people forms and then they funnel either through the door or into the escalator with random people just joining onto the sides. Once the train pulled off I stayed awake long enough to see a bit of the gorgeous Hudson River before a long, long over sure power ...


A travel blog entry by aviruthia on Mar 11, 2014

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... cycled the main streets and back streets of this town until I could give directions to others, lay under a tree filled with wind chimes, and walked a Mardi Gras parade pouring wine into people's mouths like very few of the tourists do.

As I said, I never tried to "tour" the effects of Hurricane Katrina. But I never stopped hearing about it. If, while cycling, I ask about road repair, then answer ...

New O'Lins

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Feb 13, 2014

3 comments, 33 photos

... area are Bald Cypress trees - deciduous and leafless at the moment - so they looked quite drab. The tree grows quite well in the river and swampy grounds and has an aboveground root system which seems to be the ideal spot for the wild rice to grow in spring. The Cypress tree has a red sap which is anti-termites and this has earned the tree the colloquial name of 'the eternal tree'. As I understand it, the cypress tree seems to be aligned with the cedar tree ...