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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... of green pastures with beautiful green trees and lots of grazing cows. If not for the power lines that marred the view, it would have been perfect. Honestly, I don't think Texas has ever buried a power line. They love their erector sets that hold the wires up high and transfer power from station to station.
We followed the trains all morning and we saw many, most heading west. We saw three in the just 20 minutes. The ...
... to 6 stops on the food tour, all local, all types including a coffee shop, supermarket, bar, and bakery. Our favorite was a maple boudin (kinda like sausage) biscuit. Serina liked it so much she became one of those people who takes pictures of food.
Then we stopped at Vermillionville to listen to their weekly Cajun jam session. It's a really tight community!
... Sorry Nashville, even though you have a great restaurant scene, you are too darn HOT and MUGGY! July 3rd. We left Destin along hwy 10 to Fairhope Alabama. I had heard of its quaintness. Beautiful city with flowers everywhere and great shopping. Unfortunately we could only spend an hour there. Again too hot and muggy, like Nashville. Long driving day. Had to switch campgrounds. Original one was just too ...
Today we got up and drove about an hour to Breaux Bridge and did our swamp tour. It was interesting. Saw one alligator and other turtles, spiders and birds. Then we drove into Lafayette for lunch and realized most places close on Sunday there! We tried 3 places that we found on yelp that were closed! Finally Some ...
Our last full day of vacation. Still sick but I won't let that get me down.
Following a leisurely morning, we headed out with the idea of exploring Lafayette: the center of Cajun country. Our goal was Vermillionville, a re-creation of an old Acadian Village that had demonstrations and live music, etc. On the Vermillionville website and in my guidebook it says nothing about it being a National Park but, as we get closer, I saw a ...