Super 8 Duson/Lafayette West Area

Address: 3001 Daulaut Dr, Duson, Louisiana, 70529, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel is located on 3001 Daulaut Dr, Duson.
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Travel Blogs from Duson

Vermillion Village and Jean Lafitte National Park

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 08, 2015

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Sunny day with warm temperatures in the 80s. We're off to learn more about Acadiana and the Acadians or Cajuns.

The Vermillion Village is a reconstructed Acadian village along the banks of the Vermillion River. Several old houses have been moved to this location to create a village. There were the usual artifacts from homes in the late 1700s when the Acadians came here. But the most interesting part were ...

A Rest Day

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 07, 2015

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... church

We went out to dinner at Randol’s. They have Cajun food and live music. Jim had Fried Boudin Balls and an entrée of Crawfish étouffée, Fried Crawfish and Crawfish Au Gratin with rice and French fries. Barbara had Seafood Gumbo and an entrée of Crawfish étouffée, Fried Crawfish with rice and French fries. ...

Avery Island, Cajun Food and Tabasco Factory

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Apr 06, 2015

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... Boiling Point. This restaurant, out on the highway, served us boiled whole crawfish with fried onion rings. There was a flavorful dipping sauce with Tabasco and other spices. Again, it wasn’t hot is flavor at all. George showed us how to break the crawfish apart and get the tail meat out. We didn’t suck the fatty part out of the head, but I did taste it. It was OK. George told us that ...

The road to Natchez

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 11, 2014

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... more brutal realities of pre-civil war life before the "Yankees " waded in. I am not a scholar and I realize the battle for the union was not entirely about defeating a social evil, however I'm getting a view of history here a million miles from all my other Civil War education and the burning Confederate sense of grievance is still apparently alive. Certainly the aspiration to a life of gentile grandeur did not get quenched when they drove old Dixie down, my ...

Hallelujah!

A travel blog entry by sweetplum on Dec 04, 2011

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Travelled about 190km.

Song: Mel McDaniel - Louisiana Saturday Night

Before we drove to Lafayette, we went to see the other side of New Orleans. We saw some places where the Hurricane Katrina were. The areas are still very bad. It made us sad to see this. Specially after that long time. But in the same are were some new buildungs, what were sponsored by some celebritys. It was a bit strange to see this building against ...