Super 8 Duson/Lafayette West Area
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... all make those flights so they decided dad would stay behind. Boo for us – we had to wait until tomorrow! Even more annoying, they cried that they had to split up. You’re going home! I have no sympathy. Charlotte Our flight out of Charlotte wasn’t until 4, but we didn’t have anything else to do, so we decided to hang out at the airport after we had to check out of the hotel. Charlotte has awesome rockers all over ...
Woke this morning to find our efforts were wasted and I'd been eaten by Mosquitos - not happy! We then loaded to the van and set off across Texas. I get the front seat on this journey woo! Me Clara and Mel decided to play the alphabet game which killed an hour before we arrived at Buc-ee's a humongous garage. Everything really is bigger in Texas! We then carried on passing horrible crash on the highway and on through Houston. We stopped just ...
... of the Acadian culture--this group lived out on the prairie. One of the things I thought was interesting about visiting all three of the Acadian sites was that we really got a sense of how broadly the culture persisted, despite quite different environments. In each of the three areas, the types of housing differed slightly, as did the materials they used for clothing, the means of subsistence, and, especially, the food. ...
... very creative with money hanging out of the pockets, holding ice cream, flowers, stethoscope, etc.
The city sign boasted the 'city if murals'. So we drove around and viewed some of them and people waved to you from their front porches. We also stopped to visit an old cemetary.
We ate at Frog City, a one stop shop with cajun food, casino, gift shop and gas. There were 12 women sitting off to the side who come there every Tuesday ...
April 9 - by Emma
Today I woke up, and my Dad drove us to the Tabasco factory in Avery Island. On the way we had to pass through a town called Emma, Louisiana. It's funny because I love tabasco, and Emma is the closest town to the Tabasco factory. When we first got out of the RV, I could already smell the tabasco in the air. I started to get really excited! ...