Traveler's Rest Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Soo were a few days into the trip and we're still working on the meal planning and getting it right for the days we are driving. We want to keep things healthy, and save money by making our own food and not eating out. With 7 of us, eating out would be expensive so we came up with this quick and easy dinner to make in the Walmart Parking lot and it was a hit. Everyone loved it!! For less than $20 we fed all 7 of us with multiple ...
... Callie also cooked a tasty pot roast for dinner. Wednesday we enjoyed my southern favorite: crawfish. YUMMY!!!!! They only really taste good down here and that's a fact! Ethan also had a barbecue on Thursday evening of ribs and chicken. Everything was fantastic and a good reminder of all that's good in the south: good food, friends and family.
Even Psymon had a good time. He got to visit with his ...
Today we had an early at The Escape Game, escaping "The Heist" room. It was so much fun and we managed to solve it too. Only 2 people. The employees were very impressed.
From there, we headed back to the hotel and relaxed a little, walking around and enjoying the rest of the morning. From there we packed up and decided to head out to New Orleans. On the way down we enjoyed some good BBQ off ...
... a book for self-publication on Amazon.com. He was excited to hear that there is no charge- the publishers of his books have charged dearly and as a result the books are quite expensive- but I plan to look at them when I visit the Library of Congress to do research.
Back to the campground to relax and organize our gear- tomorrow we head to St. Francisville, leaving our pioneer heritage exploration for planter country!
... the way here and accidentally met with Phil Robertson in the car park and had an "amazing Christian experience". It was obviously (dur!) god's will they should meet. I have never heard of a Duck Dynasty but apparently it's really, really popular here (as it would be).
It had just about stopped raining when we arrived at the Eco Tours site, to be greeted by a massive hairy hound, Murphy, the owner's Irish wolfhound, only 18 months old but the size of a horse. Very friendly and ...