L'Acadie Inn

Address: 259 Tasso Loop, Eunice, Louisiana, 70535, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 259 Tasso Loop, Eunice, is near Liberty Theater, Savoy Music Center, Prairie Acadian Cultural Center, and Marc Savoy's Music Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Eunice

    Louisiana- Day 215-216

    A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on May 09, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... and lots of samples including Tabasco ice cream and coke, oddly quiet nice! We took a drive around the grounds after on a hunt for alligators! That night we went to a local restaurant and had some amazing Cajun food, the gumbo was the best we've had. There was some live (******) music but it was an experience especially with the 14ft alligator (dead/stuffed!) in the ...

    Vermillion Village and Jean Lafitte National Park

    A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 08, 2015

    10 photos

    ... in 1700s. It is a tale that mirrors the expulsion of the Cherokee from the Appalachian Mountains. The film was poignant and very informative. The building also contains very good displays about the Acadians in Louisiana since they came here in the late 1700s until the present day. There were excellent displays with artifacts and narratives to explain the culture.

    Interesting note: The term Cajun has ...

    Avery Island, Cajun Food and Tabasco Factory

    A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 06, 2015

    13 photos

    ... poured the gumbo over it, and then put potato salad on our spoon to try them together. It’s real a contrast in flavor and especially in texture—the grains of rice, the chunks of meat and the smoothness of the potato salad. All were good, so when in Louisiana . . . . . . we followed the local customs. A great experience.

    5. KK’s Café and Cakery. This café was in ...

    Lafayette-New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 24, 2014

    1 photo

    ... for optimum flavour. The waffle sticks are deep fried and need to be smothered in maple syrup because they are dry. We travelled down the road to the Atchafalaya Basin to McGees Landing and arrived at 8.50 am for a swamp tour. We piled onto a barge and saw some amazing views of the basin and swamp views just like on TV. There were lilies everywhere which are not indigenous to Louisiana and were brought in as gifts from the Japanese, they have a beautiful purple ...

    The road to Natchez

    A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 11, 2014

    2 photos

    ... there may be intruders and.... "Why I would have to get my gun 'n shoot them, 'n that'd mean cleaning my gun and ruinin' my manicure. Now that would make me so mad ah'd have to shoot them all over agin." I think we'll lock up. 19.15 Our house was first designed in 1811 and belonged to one family for over 150 years. I know this because our hostess gave us a grand tour at 5.30. It wasn't a tour one felt able to opt out of. Pleasant Hill is its name and if you want ...