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There are plenty of things to be said about the Louisiana experience. From the scrumptious food to the accommodations, visitors will go home longing to come back. Situated in the western south-central part of the country, Louisiana has unending choices for lodging all over the state. Some of these accommodations offer fishers the perfect place to stay and do what they like best, since there are plenty inns, motels and hotels located right along the Mississippi and Pearl rivers. Lodging in Louisiana is an attraction on its own. Along the Plantation Region, in the southwestern area of the state, many plantations have been turned into exquisite hotels and inns, and plenty of them are said to be haunted by very old ghosts.

Adventures that involve music, food and outdoor sports await visitors in Louisiana. No matter the exact place you travel to, there is always a lavish resort, a delightful bed and breakfast, a historic hotel or a picturesque inn with the right amenities. In Baton Rouge, the capital, you can feel Creole and Cajun spices floating in the air… and in the food. Famous restaurants are located within major hotels in cities like Shreveport and Lafayette, so visitors don't have to travel too far to fill up on gumbo or jambalaya. Food is such a big part of Louisiana's culture that at any hotel, inn, motel or resort, the staff is trained to tell you exactly where to taste the most exquisite southern cuisine. In Bossier City, casinos are also part of the hotels' amenities.

Whatever your reason for traveling to Louisiana, you can be sure to find a place to accommodate your needs. Small inns and bed and breakfasts are a delight of the Cajun Country, with towns like Vermilionville and St. Martinville, undiscovered jewels of the south. The area known as Crossroads also has charming inns to stay at, particularly at Natchitoches, the town that inspired the movie “Steel Magnolias”. Alexandria, the biggest city of the region, offers lodging for those who look for a weekend getaway at a small hotel or a place to do business, at one of its brand-name hotels and resorts.

New Orleans is a must when visiting Louisiana. This magical and historic city has regained its strength and continues to be a place for the whole family. Museums, galleries, homey restaurants and the Audubon Zoo are places to enjoy with kids and adults, all of which you can get to by streetcar, right from door of your hotel or inn.


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