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    City: Convent
    6554 LA Hwy. 44, River Rd. Convent, LA 70723
    Completely restored 1870 home furnished in period antiques. Luxurious private cottage suites furnished in antiques. Full breakfast served in the main house. Offers RV and Motor Coach facilities.
    City: Gonzales
    6255 Airport Industrial Blvd Gonzales, LA 70707
    Airport is operational 24hrs. 7 days a week. Office hours are limited. No landing fees. No fees for tie down. Dramatically cut your travel time! We accommodate Private and Charter Flights with a...
    City: Gonzales
    1500 Hwy 30 Gonzales, LA 70737
    Mike Anderson’s Seafood Restaurant originally began as Mike Anderson’s College Town Seafood & Oyster Bar in November 1975. Mike’s first menu only offered a small selection...
    City: Gonzales
    13521 Hwy 44 Gonzales, LA 70737
    Cajun Cuisine - Casual, friendly cafe. You can dine in or take out. We also cater locally.
    City: Gonzales
    1918 West Hwy 30 Gonzales, LA 70737
    Experience Southern hospitality at the Best Western Inn of Gonzales, the charm of a small town with the convenience of two large cities, Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Enjoy the French Cajun culture...
    City: Gonzales
    615 E. Ascension Street Gonzales, LA 70737
    Antiques and Collectibles Located inside Country Kitchen Restaurant
    City: Gonzales
    1006 E Worthey Gonzales, LA 70737
    At Mike's Po Boys in Gonzales, Louisiana, we offer one of the finest casual dining experiences around. We specialize in fresh seafood dishes from the south at competitive prices. We have gift cards...
    City: Gonzales
    2405 W. Cabela's Pkwy. Gonzales, LA 70737
    Don’s "Cajun-style" restaurants have earned a reputation forsuperior service and excellent preparation of fresh seafoodand fine steaks. What began as a tiny French-Acadianrestaurant on a side...
    City: Gonzales
    2634 W. Outfitters Drive Gonzales, LA 70737
    Whether you're visiting our hotel in Gonzales to conveniently split time between Baton Rouge and New Orleans or whether you're here to soak in the culture and tradition of the annual Jambalaya...

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Along the road between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Gonzales awaits. This city brashly proclaims itself the “Jambalaya Capital of the World.” With so much competition in the neighborhood, you better be able to back up such a claim. And Gonzales does. For more than 40 years, Gonzales has held an annual springtime Jambalaya Festival and even has a Jambalaya Park next to the city hall. The town’s name does not originate, as one might imagine, from the Spanish colonial days of Louisiana. Rather, the town was named after a local resident of the late 19thcentury. With its proximity to the Mississippi River, there are a number of antebellum plantation homes within a short drive. Gonzales is a shopper’s xanadu. Its sprawling Tanger Factory Outlet Mall attracts people from miles away. The same goes for the 165,000-square-foot Cabela’s, which is part museum, part retail store for campers, fishermen and hunters.
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