Plainfield Inn Southwest
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... spend a few hours with them and we had supper at Outback together, then we had to leave.
Not much else will be happening as we travel back to Florida, so there may not be any more postings. We have had a great trip, but I am ready to be home and get back to reality. Thanks for joining us on these blogs.
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Up early, again to shower and cram as much breakfast in our mouths as possible and take some bagels and fruit with us for the journey so we didn't have to buy food out today. We packed up and checked out around 9.30 the receptionist was kind enough to store our bags and gave us key cards for the swimming pool later on as we are leaving until 10pm for to catch the bus. We caught the 249 to NASA space centre, it took just over an hour! What is it with all these attractions ...
... It was a great choice. Both were delicious.
Next stop – Baton Rouge – to the home of the LSU Tigers. It was a little problematic finding the stadium. My GPS kept giving me directions to streets with cross arms and we couldn’t get through. Finally a guard told us how to find the stadium and even though it too was under construction the rain had let up and we were able to get a shot ...
... the Gulf of Mexico and it had some theme park rides which were really cheap - good incentive!
Having found a place to park we headed to the Boardwalk area and you should have seen the kids disgust when they saw the rides. Comments like 'they're not even scary', 'it's so slow!' etc kept us rather amused. The 'giant drop' ride which is like 'The Freefall' at Adventure World was 'tiny', 'not even half the size of our one!'. Imagine that - in Texas ...