Motel 6 Marshall
Travel Blogs from Marshall
We reached Daingerfield after 8pm and the kids were glad to see their grandparents. It was good to walk into a familiar place after a week of exploring new places.
After a couple of hours of chatting, we got on the road for one last time for the final stretch of our ...
... from Texas! The streets around the capitol in Marshall, Texas, put on a big light display. There are a lot of lights, nutcrackers, blow-up snowmen, and window displays. We got there right before the lights turned off, so we only got to see the lights for a little bit. But we enjoyed the beautiful lights as one last Christmas stop before going home.
- Stephanie ...
... and also artists selling their paintings.
Before we left, we stopped at the famous Cafe Du Monde to get some beignets for later. They were covered in powdered sugar, and they were absolutely delicious. After that, we drove to our hotel in Houma, Louisiana. On the way, we drove past some swampy areas, with large cypress trees, which are so neat and so typical of Louisiana.
1 8 oz. shredded cheddar cheese
1 c. onions, chopped
Mash avocadoes, mix in salt, pepper, and lemon juice, set aside. Combine sour cream and mayonnaise with taco seasoning, set aside. Spread bean dip in a 9”x13” pan, top with mayo mixture, then avocadoes, sprinkle onions, then tomatoes, then olives. Cover with ...
... br> 3 t. red pepper
3 t. accent
Worcestershire sauce to taste
Mix dry ingredients well. Pour liquid mixture over it and stir until well coated. Bake at 300 degrees for 1 ½ hours.
(Some of the girls put the mixture in a large garbage bag to mix it. That seemed to have worked well because I used a huge roasting pan and it was really hard to mix well. This really makes a lot!) ...