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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Travel Blogs from Abbeville
... of green pastures with beautiful green trees and lots of grazing cows. If not for the power lines that marred the view, it would have been perfect. Honestly, I don't think Texas has ever buried a power line. They love their erector sets that hold the wires up high and transfer power from station to station.
We followed the trains all morning and we saw many, most heading west. We saw three in the just 20 minutes. The ...
... to 6 stops on the food tour, all local, all types including a coffee shop, supermarket, bar, and bakery. Our favorite was a maple boudin (kinda like sausage) biscuit. Serina liked it so much she became one of those people who takes pictures of food.
Then we stopped at Vermillionville to listen to their weekly Cajun jam session. It's a really tight community!
... the gentility the south is known for. Possibility for retirement. So hot and humid in the south we had to get the dogs shaved. A friend tells me they look like pole rats. Oh well at least they are cool and I can see any ticks ( God forbid). We left Albany with Uncle Fred and Aunt Del to their condo in Destin Florida. Have I mentioned how fun Robs family is? They opened their condo to Rob, the dogs ...
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 ...