Quality Inn & Suites Port Allen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Much as the several stories I told on John Muraglia and Randy Ewing portraying parts of their lives and successes in preceding travelogues, here are a couple about Emmet:
Twenty years or so ago he was inducted into the LSU Business School hall of fame and invited us to be his guests at his table. One of my favorite stories from that awards dinner was this: at the onset of the internet binge in the mid-1990s he had a brain storm, called his staff together; day ...
... there to occupy you for a few days and it represents a good opportunity to learn about the local history, see some interesting attractions and sample the local food and night-life, making it a worthwhile place to stop over if you're down south.
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... have soda fountains to add to the syrup but people had to drink the coca cola in the shops. It was not until 1894 it was bottled and became as we know it today. Later we went to the museum in Vicksburg and learnt many facts about the Mississippi River how it has flooded many times over the years, how people settled near the river and towns developed. We stopped for an iced coffee which was the best we have had since we ...
... deluge. After 20 min. it let up enough to continue. I stayed on my plan to ride up the Mississippi River. The weather front seemed to be moving west to east but slowly. Taking the slower road worked and the ride from NOLA to Baton Rouge was actually pleasant. I got some great pictures of 2 plantation houses, and farms. This area must produce half of the gasoline in America. The oil refineries on this road ...
After an overnight stay in Baton Rouge, home of a large petrochemical industry we head off in our rental Chevrolet (apologies to Don McLean) towards New Orleans and still following that 'ole man river. The surrounding crop is now sugar - so called 'white gold' and it is grown behind huge levee banks constructed after 1927 by the Army Corps of Engineers as protection against flooding. The climate here is not suitable ...