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By Ann Dail, Broker/Realtor,CRS, ePRO, SRS, B.A.Chem
(Baton Rouge Area Homes, Louisiana, USA, 225-761-0551)
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If you enjoy Chamber music, joing the Baton Rouge Symphony Chamber Series 12/12/2010 at 4:30pm at the Houmas House Plantation and Gardens. You can enjoy an intimate sound experience under the magnificant live oak trees. Then enjoy a dinner at Latil's Landing following the concert. Houmas House has a colorful history. The first owners of the plantation were the indigenous Houmas Insians, who were given a land grant to occupy this fertile plain between the Mississippi and Lake Maurepas. By the time of the Louisiana urchase in 1803 the plantation was established and producing sugar. After many flourishing years, in 1927 the mississippi came out of its banks in the epic "great flood". The house was spared but surrounding areas were inundated. Just 2 short years later the Great Depression b...
By Chris Hutto
(Louisiana Dream Home Real Estate Group)
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This past Sunday, Amy and I had the pleasure of dining at The Cabin Restaurant in Burnside, Louisiana with friends and family.  The Cabin is a unique structure composed of several old buildings that have been relocated, restored and pieced together to make one building.  The restaurant is decorated with antique farming tools and other memorabilia and collectibles.  The walls in the main lobby are papered with antique newspaper, which is affixed with a mixture of flour and water.  The Grand Dining Room is a rotunda with a roof supported by large beams that were actually rejected by the manufacturer.  I don't usually comment on the restrooms in a restaurant, but these restrooms deserve special mention.  They were constructed from a water cistern made of cypress wood, and the partitions we...

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