not stay in a vacation
rental home when you come to the Bayou state.
Louisiana, known for its architecture, food and music, has
one of the most colorful histories of the United States.
From its Spanish, French, Cajun and seaport heritage, to
its gentile plantations, its wildlife rich marshes and
swamps to its Jazz Festival / Carnival spirit, Louisiana
is a popular vacation destination. Its architecture is a
lasting impression of French and Spanish rule. Today,
there are many reminders of the past in its museums,
plantations, historic sites and attractions. Bed and
Breakfast lodging preserves some of the state's beloved
architecture .. wrought iron balconies and port coheres of
the French Quarter, plantation homes along the Mississippi
River and raised cottages found through out Cajun Country
are welcoming visitors everyday. In Louisiana your will
find gumbo, pecan pie, Cajun and Creole foods that date
back to the days of Evangeline. Music is New Orleans style
with a mixture of West Indies voodoo chants, African
tribal drums, wash board country and fiddles get you a
tappin your toes on every street corner of the French
and Breakfast ...
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