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103 France Street, Baton Rouge, United States
9940 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge, United States
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And so, as with all beginings there must be an end and it appears we have come to ours. Our honeymoon world tour has come to a close and as we look back over all our pictures and indulge in our memories we keep coming back to all the great friends we've ...
... now there is a pool going to see how long Rachel lasts on the trip. The big money is on 3 months. *(Not available in those states or countries where gambling is illegal) You will have to bare with us. Neither one of us has ever started or maintained a ...
OK, so we are going to be on our way REALLY soon. Scott did such a great job with his intro that I am just going to pretty much let it stand. I am a damn lucky girl to have a husband who wants to give me that chance to see the world. While I would ...
... of nowhere - Springfield, LA and it's only just opened. Stopped off at a Days Inn car park for the night, east of Baton Rouge. Decided that £20/night for 90 days on campgrounds is too costly to continue doing, so I'm "boondocking". I've ...
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100 North Boulevard Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Once described by Mark Twain as the "ugliest thing on the Mississippi," this neogothic building, situated atop a bluff, contains a stained-glass dome, an impressive spiral staircase and a museum covering state politics.
4600 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Step back in time to pre-industrial Louisiana at this 27-building museum complex, one of the best outdoor museums in the U.S., featuring tools, furniture and other artifacts and, the highlight, a recreated 19th-century plantation that portrays the daily lives of these early settlers.
2161 Nicholson Drive, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Dating back to the late 18th century, this historic home is one of the oldest wooden buildings in Louisiana. It was spared from demolition in the 1960s and is now open for tours.
305 S River Rd, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States