Motel 6 Lafayette
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... several small towns along the way. Every house and business is on stilts. This includes the schools, post office, and stores. Drove through Abbeville which was a really cool town. Shrimp and crawfish restaurants everywhere. Finally made it to Cypress Bayou Hotel and Casino where we have one night comped. The room is beautiful. Tomorrow on to New Orleans via Morgan ...
We had meant to spend the night at a National park but the drive was too long and the weather was yucky so we pulled into a Truck Stop before it got dark. Some truck stops are fantastic, they have full picnic areas, bathrooms, snack bars, and the best part is they have over night security. It was a quiet night after a lot of ...
... Factory (oldest in America) too early for their tour, so I checked out a few things, bought a couple things, and then we headed back home.
The next day, we took a drive over to the Tabasco plant and store on Avery Island - we did the tour just a couple of years ago, so I just stopped into the store to pick up a few things.
Heading to N'awlins on Thursday, and Keri will fly in on Wednesday for a long weekend.
... through a small spot of Alabama with a tiny green sign that just said entering Alabama... No welcome or fanfare. It’s just enough to give them some coastline. The same goes for Mississippi, but they have a little more coastline. We ended our day in Louisiana. We stopped for snacks, potty breaks and leg stretching breaks several times during the day. We saw in one convenience store a collection of alligator gift items. Various sizes of ...
... Capitol of the world. Another point of interest was the snowy egret nesting area on Avery Island. In 1892 Mr. McIlhenny, the Tobasco guy, captured 7 of the almost extinct snowy egrets and put them in a large flying enclosure. They grew, took mates, built nests and hatched and raised their young. At the next migratory season he destroyed the cage and they flew south. Next spring they came back and nested again. Today over 20,000 of the birds ...