Executive Inn Express
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Sunny day with warm temperatures in the 80s. We're off to learn more about Acadiana and the Acadians or Cajuns.
The Vermillion Village is a reconstructed Acadian village along the banks of the Vermillion River. Several old houses have been moved to this location to create a village. There were the usual artifacts from homes in the late 1700s when the Acadians came here. But the most interesting part were ...
... the altar from Easter Sunday.
Interesting note: We picked up the newsletter and Easter Worship at Home program. Both had two full pages of ads from businesses much like you would see in a play bill or athletic program. It’s an interesting cultural practice that we don’t see often—at least not in ...
... parents and grandparents were punished in school if they spoke French so the language wasn’t used when he was growing up. But his son is in a French immersion class in school. It’s good they remember their culture, but now, also their language. He told us about the plantations that use to raise sugarcane and showed us the plantations homes in New Iberia. Sugarcane is still an important ...
A quick entry here -
Abbeville was where we stopped for lunch deep in Vermilion Parish the centre of an excellent TV series I am following called True Detective. A serial killer drama set in and around Abbeville, Lafayette and this Gulf coast region (worth checking out). Anyway, we stop at a tiny cafe opposite the police station and as Kenn is a police officer we pop in and say hello to ...
... I'd never seen so much home-canned jams and jellies and such. That's the thing about smaller towns. Folks bring what the have and eat themselves. Oh yes, Lynn picked up a quart of homemade gumbo! It contains crawdads, shrimp and crab. We're having it tonight after we get happier at the nightly "Happy Hour,"
The park itself is part of the original land bought by the priest whose statue is located there. He came to the town in 1843 ...