Days Inn Lafayette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... we had to navigate the maze of raised roadways. Texas loves their tangles of roads and we drove up over some and under others and around some as well. With a good GPS it would be a piece of cake, however, the lady in the box told us at one point to keep left when we should have kept right. Thanks to Map Quest on my Iphone we were able to recover, but it cost us some time. Once we were out of the maze, we headed east through ...
Lafayette Louisiana is about 2 hrs away from New Orleans, and known for its Cajun food (versus Creole in Nola). We went on an amazing food tour by local Miss Marie, who taught us that Cajun is actually an American *******ization of "Acadian," the name for a group of French settlers in Canada in the 17th century, many of whose relatives eventually ended up in Louisiana.
It's been a fair while since I have posted. Albany Georgia was great. Rob has the greatest family! We stayed with his cousin Greg. What a kind and gracious man. He drove us around for two days. Showing us the sights. He also taught me how to cook on a green egg. Now I feel confident to go home and fire mine up. We may even have to upgrade to a larger one. Albany is a beautiful city with amazing home ...
... van again. We made a few toilet stops but we just pushed on so that we could get there as soon as possible. Luckily tonight we have cabins so we don't need to worry about putting up soaking tents and we are going to get takeaway so we don't need to cook either. I think it was around 8pm that we arrived to camp. We put up the tents to let them dry while Nicole went to pick up Chinese takeaway, I also put some washing on and had a ...
... were a few in Lafayette).
Onto Earls Cajun Market for one of my favourite things in all the world - cracklins'. Seriously, I could live on these alone. This would be my choice for my last supper. Along with the cracklin's we also tried some boiled boudin. The trick is to suck it out of the casing just how the locals do it. Tasty and flavourful, I still prefer mine fried (or grilled). As for the cracklins' - just the right amount of fat ...