College Inn Natchitoches
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... of Notchitoosh and there is a lot going on in town if you can only stay the rest of the day!" We had already told her that we couldn't stay for the house tour because we were headed to Memphis, but clearly in her mind, Memphis didn't have nothin' on Natchitoches.
Our departure was slightly delayed by the need to call 911 for assistance with a potential road hazard: a horse was out of someone's property and running along the ...
... without any further drama. And only a few light flashes and claps of thunder. Our biggest excitement of the day was a trip to the local laundromat to resupply our ward robe selection. We finally lifted the threat of "double duty" with the clothes and underwear. The steady rain and threat of local flash floods, kept us from exploring the countryside. The fact that is is Sunday, meant that most everything was closed anyway. The Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame was open on Sunday - so ...
... What a nice way end breakfast!! After our libation, we visited an early flea market at the local Methodist Church in downtown Natchez. Charlene found some old quilts that she just needed to bring home. She also found another piece of luggage to bring home all her treasures. We made our way across the River to Louisiana and the city of Natchitoches (nak - a - tish). This quaint college town is vibrant and manicured. Sort of like a southern fried Carmel. We ...
... until the main house was built in 1833. After 1884 the property was acquired by John Hampton Henry and Miss Cammie Garrett Henry and then became a haven for artist and writers. There is a nominal $10 charge for a tour of the primary buildings. The tour was excellent. We also visited the St. Augustine Church which was built on land provided by the Metoyer family who are buried in the church graveyard. Our last stop was the ...
... is very picturesque. In addition, it is the home of North-Western University which is a very large campus. We had dinner at Mama's Oyster House. Great dinner of gumbo, étouffée and crab cakes. Highly recommended. Many of the plantation homes still exist some of which are still private homes. Tomorrow we will head out to some of these plantations and other historic ...