Super 8 Hammond
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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On our way to Cajun Palms, we stopped at Crazy Dave's (for White Russians and burgers) the local Bass Pro Shop for some stainless steel water bottles. We got the bottles...$30 each...and then proceeded ...
... we were both very hungry. We were the ONLY patrons which was unsettling. But, we went with it anyway. So happy we did….it was a dining experience in Louisiana hospitality and cuisine. The host was delightful, the restaurant was filled with local artists’ paintings and the food was really good. I had a Shrimp Poboy (in our neck of the woods, it would be called a sub) and a Corn and Shrimp soup which was heavenly spiced and rich in cream. We were ...
... slow down our rig on a very busy freeway filled with 95% semi-trucks, all going 65 – 70 miles an hour in the rain. John manages to pull it to a stop. He dons his rain suit, rummages through our junk drawer and comes up with a twist tie. He works on the broken wiper blade with the rain pouring down. He is finally able to reposition it and secures it with the twisty tie. Isn’t he something? My hero for sure! ...
First, I want to wish my baby brother a very happy birthday! Today he turns the big 60!!
We were rudely awakened about 4 this morning by sheets of rain pounding down! I've alluded to the fact that we "live in a tin can" before, we'll in a situation like his, I imagine that is what it sounds like. It stormed big time, even had a little thunder. Well it's no fun unhooking in the rain anyway, but when you have to do it in a downpour it's worse, but it's either get wet or ...
... at the site very much so we'll be okay here. Once we were set up, we biked along the trails in the park. Some of the trails were flooded and one trail which had an extensive boardwalk was severely damaged during hurricane Katrina has still not been repaired. We rode until we saw the 'Do Not Feed The Alligators’ sign. We felt that was far enough.
Our friends Marie and David, who live near the park, visited us after we were set up. ...