TownePlace Suites Baton Rouge South
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and Forestry during Katrina, I can attest: rescuing, housing, feeding and then finding the owners of all the pets displaced during a natural disaster, in this case, Katrina, was and is a huge, huge deal for the department and vet school. Material stuff (houses, cars, boats, photo albums etc.) finish way down the list of things on the minds of displaced persons. Human loved ones and animal loved ones are No. 1 and No. 2 on that list. If you have a beloved pet, you know what I mean.
... in some of the night-life in Baton Rouge, be warned that it's a hard drinking town, filled largely with partying students from the local university. If you go where the wind takes you then you should be prepared for a rowdy evening on a Friday or Saturday around the city's various clubs, pubs, bars and taverns. There are ...
... not travelling on the interstate, the roads were quiet and we saw more scenery. Tomorrow it should only take us a couple of hours drive so we can have a lazy morning to catch up with washing etc.We ordered our first pizza delivery tonight direct to the motel. I phoned through the order. I really don't know how it happened, but we ended up with one large pizza and chicken in a bar b sauce! ..not what I thought I had ...
... br> After her recovery she joined the Sisters Of Charity and soon Appealed to the Mother Superior to open and orphanage. With the help of the wealthy ladies if the city the first orphanage was opened. There were so many children The Sisters of Charity was sending out a plea to Catholic Priest asking for help to. Catholic Families were asked to open their homes to the children. The Open Trains were started. In April and May of 1907 the "Orphan Train ...
Most of this trip so far has been a combination of work (3 days of the National Effective Teaching Institute in Austin and 2 days at LSU and Baton Rouge Community College) and seeing some of Rich's cousins in the Bluestein family (Robby, Jeannine, Nathan and David in Austin and Judy and Herschel in Houston). The work went well and we enjoyed many fine meals with good friends and colleagues (Jim ...