The Hotel Acadiana
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... village also had a restaurant, the cooking school, closed today, and a performance center for special occasions. We learned a lot.
Our next stop after a picnic lunch by the river was the Jean Lafitte Cultural Center which is part of the National Park Service. There was an excellent film about the Acadians and their troubles when they were persecuted and forcibly removed from Acadia (Nova Scotia) by ...
We didn't do much today. It was sunny and warm and we took a break and read most of the day. Jim: Brad Thor, and Barbara’s reading Louise Penny. We took a short trip to downtown Lafayette to the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. It is a beautiful, old parish with wonderful stained glass window and many, many ...
Clouds abound and the humidity is very high. Highs will be in the low 80s but hopefully no
rain until this evening. A good day to
drive to Acadiana for a food tour and the Tabasco Factory. It’ll take about an hour to drive through
Factory Tour: This was an OK tour. Pretty good video at the beginning, but the tour consisted of walking past the bottling operation. ...
... with eggs). We both enjoyed our meals very much. After we walked around the town a bit then went and washed the truck as it was filthy. That afternoon we went over for the entertainment and were they ever good! The band played nearly four hours straight, Whats better than sitting in the sun, a cold beer, your best friend, and great music. When it was almost over we saw a couple from NB that we had met in San ...
... and served over grits typically for breakfast or brunch.
After breakfast we drove over to for a quick look around Beaux Bridge. This little town is gorgeous. Full of antique stores, beloved cafes and the old bridge is worth a look at.
One of the main reasons that first got my interest in Lafayette was the Cajun Food Tours. Receiving rave reviews and a little over a year old the company was founded by Marie Duote-Comaux, who was a ...