The Hotel Acadiana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... night out in New Orleans. Apparently we would fit right in!!!! Jambalaya for dinner, lots of drinks and the Birthday piñata! We all opted to chip in for cabins that evening to catch up on some well needed and more comfortable sleep. Lafayette seemed to be just a stop over really before we headed off to New ...
... It was very pretty and the surroundings were serene. We left at 2.15 pm. It has been a busy day we arrived on Avery Island, at the Tabasco sauce factory at 2.55 pm. We went in and watched a 15 minute video on the history of the factory. It was something a family did for themselves in 1876 on Avery Island which is a salt mine and now 2.6 billion bottles a year is sold all over the world. We saw how it was made and were given 4 tiny sample bottles which were quaint. ...
... making perfectly sure of that. It was a hugely revealing tour. I have to also say their manners are impeccable and we were liberally plied with drink. They also were impressed when Bev showed them the Queen photos . This place seems more foreign than anywhere else I've visited. My tongue is crisscrossed with self inflicted bite marks. 23.00 Natchez is one of a handful of towns, not destroyed by the northern aggressors during the Civil War. So it's beautiful. ...
... winners for free, listening to great music. It sucks." Tonight exceeded all expectations. Another word too for Artmosphere, the funky bar where we saw the drug addled Jesus freak read his memoirs last night. This friendly, low fi bar has been brilliant and we came in for our second evening to be welcomed like regulars. The fact it hosted two such **** performers as LSD loon and potty mouth Billy Bragg sort of adds to its bohemian status. ...
... camped. These are his mother's sister's girls. His mother was born and raised in this area. Brian and I did the local tourist stuff. We drove to the Tobasco Factory on Avery Island and visited the Jungle Gardens there. Further down the highway we stopped at the Rip Van Winkle Gardens on Jefferson Island. These island are giant salt plugs and the salt is mined here in addition to the peppers grown for the Tobasco. Turns out Louisiana is the salt ...