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    City: New Orleans
    610 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 70130
    Designed in true European style. Nationally-registered landmark was formerly a bank. Full-service restaurant, lounge, library, high-speed Internet, cordless phones and a unique feature the bank...
    City: Jennings
    100 Rue de l'Acadie Jennings, LA 70546
    Resue, Educate and Release! The Gator Chateau is home to rescued baby alligators as well as mature alligators. We foster the gators until they are able to be released back to their natural habitat....
    City: Lafayette
    1520 w. Pinhook Rd. Lafayette, LA 70508
    Hop on board our cozy customized 14-passenger tour bus for a fun, informative and delicious "bites and sites" tour around Acadiana.  Six food-tasting stops during a 3 1/2 hour tour are included in...
    City: New Orleans
    509 Dauphine St., New Orleans, LA 70112
    The Audubon Cottages transport guests to the charm and elegance of old New Orleans. A relaxing retreat in the French Quarter, each one and two bedroom Cottage offers distinct accommodations that...
    City: Houma
    406 Barrow St., Hwy. 182 Houma, LA 70360
    Hist. Dist. c. 1937. in downtown Houma - Lovely/clean 4-rm suite w/ sun rm.  Breakfast! Near plantations, antiques, seafood, cajun food/music, swamp tours. Near Medical Center, Terrebonne Parish...
    City: Lake Charles
    2735 Sam Houston Jones Parkway Lake Charles, LA 70611
    City: Slidell
    175 Holiday Blvd. Slidell, LA 70460
    Nestled on the North Shore of Lake Pontchartrain, the Homewood Suites by Hilton Slidell is a fantastic travel destination hotel.  Make yourself at Home!
    City: New Iberia
    805 S. Lewis St New Iberia, LA 70560
    Sporting goods store. Please call for hours of operation.
    City: Donaldsonville
    406 Charles Street Donaldsonville, LA 70346
    Dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting artifacts, the River Road African American Museum and Gallery provides positive information about the history and culture of African Americans...

The Mississippi River has shaped the history of many Louisiana communities, but the waterway's impact on Vidalia is another story altogether. In 1938 the entire city was moved a mile inland to accommodate a massive river-widening project. Vidalia still embraces its identity as a river crossing town, and its historic role as a gateway to the rest of the nation. Visitors can watch modern vessels and historic riverboats chug along the Mississippi from the Vidalia Riverwalk, lined with restaurants, stores, a hotel and amphitheater. The frontiersman Jim Bowie made a name for himself here with his famous sandbar duel, which is commemorated in a much friendlier fashion with the Jim Bowie Festival and BBQ Challenge each September. The rich musical heritage of nearby Ferriday is showcased at the Delta Music Museum, housed in a historic post office with a hall of fame and exhibits on the region's history and culture. Travel up the road a few miles to Frogmore to learn about historic cotton and plantation culture at Frogmore Plantation, an 1,800 acre working cotton plantation.

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