Wingate by Wyndham Lafayette Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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En route west we drove about 400 miles, leaving balmy Florida, still wet from the previous two days of heavy rain. We got gas for $2.39. Amazing. We stopped in Baton Rouge to restock at a Trader Joes market. Nice to be back in familiar terrirtory. We were not sure of the parking situation so we pulled off the Interstate early to a Walmart where we disconnected and drove over. It worked out rather well. An hour ...
Angelina accidentally ran over a huge pot hole. Our tires were destroyed! I called AAA and they sent out a tow truck. It's about 12 p.m. and I'm sitting in a local auto shop getting two new tires. Only $70...
Totals- Day 15:
- Tire Replacement- Lafayette, CA: $70
We moved to the Cajun Palms RV Resort near Henderson, LA today for one night as we head west. The campground is very nice and almost every site is a long pull thru with plenty of space between sites. This would be a great place to stay if you are traveling with other couples as they have sites that are triangles that allow the rigs to be parked ...
New food experience today was at breakfast, biscuits & gravy! It was ok although the biscuits (fluffy scones) had something sweet on top & the gravy tasted like Campbell's chicken soup with sausage in it. We drove to the beach today, Cypremort Point State Park on the Cajun Coast. It was really neat to see all the houses on stilts & the many waterways & Bayou's criss crossing the road we were on. Most of ...
... 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 ...