Holiday Inn Express Hotel And Suites Sulphur
Travel Blogs from Sulphur
Not much happened on this day. We had a few hours to drive to Lake Charles in order to take a boat tour into the Louisiana bayou. Naturally, in preparation for this we watched The Princess and The Frog in the van on the way. On arrival we met up with the boat tour leader, who was called Cajun Jack. The 'Cajuns' are originally from Canada and migrated hundreds of years ago and settled in the ...
Admission to the Arts and Cultural Center was free in Lake Charles. We viewed a short film on the fire of 1910, which turned the town to ash. It seems, they would burn their trash behind the businesses in town, in a barrel. On the fateful day in 1910, someone wasn't tending the trash fire and the city burned down. The fire chief took the hit and ...
Made the drive up to and through Houston and thought all was good, crossing into Louisiana. Wrong. We stopped at the LA travel center, the first off ramp in La, and I spotted a flat on the right rear of RV, After clearing things up with AAA, that I did have RV coverage, 2 hours later the spare was on. The damaged tire could not be saved and we headed into Sulphur for a $400.00 ...
... homes (southern style) with lovely old trees and some have pontoons with boat shed across the road from the house.
We had dinner at Steamboat Bills to try the southern cuisine. Everything is fried and they like it spicy too. We were not impressed.
... 2 of the 3 had to see the bird to count!
I will be doing a wrap-up summary tomorrow or the next night (depending on when I get back to VA). I will try my best to make it EPIC, so you won't want to miss that. Thanks to all of you who have been following along. I hope it was interesting enough. Look for my final edition in the next day or two...oh yeah...get out birding the migrants are coming!!!!!
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking