Supreme Inn & Suites

Address: 2539 W. Hwy. 30, Gonzales, Louisiana, 70737, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2539 W. Hwy. 30, Gonzales, is near Houmas House Plantation, Tanger Outlets Gonzales, and Chef John Folse Culinary Institute.
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    Travel Blogs from Gonzales

    Bayou to Baton

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jul 01, 2015

    122 photos

    ... deluge. After 20 min. it let up enough to continue. I stayed on my plan to ride up the Mississippi River. The weather front seemed to be moving west to east but slowly. Taking the slower road worked and the ride from NOLA to Baton Rouge was actually pleasant. I got some great pictures of 2 plantation houses, and farms. This area must produce half of the gasoline in America. The oil refineries on this road ...

    On The Road Again

    A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 25 photos

    On Saturday June 27 I was on the road again and this time to Cajun Country. After picking up my friend, Pat we arrived at Kenilworth Park where we met other old traveling buddies. It's always great to see the friends we have traveled with before. The bus was on time and everyone was eager to get on our way. Of course we had our fearsome leader, Leslie, who always had plenty of information to tell us on the way. This time he knew plenty to tell us about as he ...

    St Francisville

    A travel blog entry by margd on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Had breakfast with an old chap who favoured us with a long monologue which was pretty difficult to hear (and escape from). After that we got on the huge, decorated, hop on hop off bus which had a good local guide. This town has an interesting history. It was originally founded by capuchin monks who were in a flood prone area and used this high ridge nearby to bury their dead eventually they moved their monastery ...

    Getting Lost in Louisiana.

    A travel blog entry by linleybarrett on Nov 03, 2014

    1 comment, 72 photos

    ... two plantations. The first was 'The Myrtles' which is meant to be one of the most haunted houses in the US. Google that ****, kiddos. It is a long story, but put it this way, many murders. Let me know if you spot any ghosts in the pics or not.

    There was some construction going on in one of the adjoining buildings and one of the builders said he ...

    Always be a good boy don't ever play with guns

    A travel blog entry by wengler on Oct 07, 2011

    2 photos

    ... LSU, so we decided to hit the highway again to find cheaper accommodation further out. Eventually came across a Tanger outlet mall with loads of restaurants and hotels nearby, so have pitched up somewhere called Gonzales, LA.

    Went for a walk around the shops, had dinner at Chilis and now back to the hotel for bed :)

    Drop the car off in New Orleans tomorrow, which will be the last leg of the tour :( It's been amazing, and I hope New Orleans gives us a good send ...