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built between 1768 and 1770, is a further five-star Boutique Hotel within the Seaside Group. Behind its splendid historic facade guests will discover all the amenities our modern age has to offer, and can enjoy a unique combination of individual design, outstanding levels of comfort and traditional elegance. With handcrafted design features the premium-quality furnishings, which integrate a range of style periods, reflect the tradition of craftsmanship of this beautiful city on the banks of the Elbe. We look forward to welcoming you, too, as our guest in Dresden! We look forward to receiving your enquiry by email to reservations(at)gewandhaus-hotel.de or Tel. +49 (0)351 49 49 – 47.
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Enjoy luxury and comfort at Gran Canaria�s only member of The Leading Hotels of the World�. Our colonial style rooms and suites spread over small two-storey villas, which are set amidst an ancient palm grove, thus offering the utmost in privacy.
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Fifty Ideas for Summer Fun
It’s the ultimate list of things to do this summer in Louisiana!
How many can you check off the list?
- Eat a snoball .
- Go crabbing in Cameron Parish .
- Float down the Amite River with Tiki Tubing in Denham Springs (open seasonally – call or visit the website.)
- Explore Hollywood South with the New Orleans Movie Tour .
- Enjoy a 5-cent Coke at The Biedenharn Museum Gardens in Monroe.
- Play a round of golf on our Audubon Golf Trail.
- Slip, slide and squeal at Blue Bayou Water Park in Baton Rouge.
- Sip a mint julep at Oak Alley Plantation in Vacherie.
- Pick blueberries at one of Louisiana’s pick-your-own farms.
- Head indoors for a cold beer and a tour along the Louisiana Brewery Trail .
- Walk the beach at Grand Isle .
- Take the kids to Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center in Shreveport.
- Try the peach ice cream at the Louisiana Peach Festival in Ruston.
- Visit a farmers market and eat a Creole tomato. The Creole Tomato Festival is each June at the French Market in NOLA.
- Pay tribute to the legacy of Louis Armstrong during the Satchmo SummerFest in New Orleans.
- Camp out or rent cabins at a Louisiana state park.
- Stay at the Dansereau House. in Thibodaux, and rock on their veranda.
- Shop the antiques shops and boutiques in Ponchatoula.
- Bike along a Louisiana trail.
- Chow down at the Delcambre Shrimp Festival .
- Test your angling skills at a fishing rodeo.
- Take in the cocktails, cuisine and culture of the Tales of the Cocktail festival in New Orleans.
- Take a tour of the magnificent Old State Capitol in Baton Rouge.
- Indulge with a gourmet ice pop at Shreveport’s Geauxsicles.
- Hang out with the animals at the Global Wildlife Center in Folsom.
- Find out just how much watermelon you can eat at the Beauregard Watermelon Festival.
- Paddle down a bayou.
- Visit the mounds and go for a hike at Poverty Point World Heritage Site.
- Hear the music of New Orleans’ Frenchmen Street .
- Drool and drive along our Culinary Trails.
- Find shells along the Creole Nature Trail .
- Cool off while exploring the exhibits of the Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge.
- Have Sunday brunch at Houmas House in Darrow.
- Watch July Fourth fireworks.
- Check into L’Auberge Casino Resort. Lake Charles, and head for the lazy river.
- Order a slice of pie from Lea’s Lunchroom in Lecompte.
- Make plans for the Mystery Tour at St. Francisville’s Myrtles Plantation. one of the country’s most haunted homes.
- Save money and savor meals during New Orleans’ Restaurant Month .
- Explore Acadian, Creole and Native American Cultures at Vermilionville Living History Museum in Lafayette.
- Soar above the wetlands on a seaplane tour.
- Hire a Louisiana charter boat captain for an inshore or offshore fishing adventure.
- Celebrate Louisiana’s folk music at the Natchitoches-NSU Folk Festival .
- Honor the past, watch the 4-D Beyond All Boundaries and eat at the Soda Shop at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans.
- Bird watch in Houma’s rich habitat.
- Sit in on a Cajun jam session at Savoy Music Center in Eunice.
- See a show at the historic Strand Theatre in Shreveport.
- Walk, cycle or gallop along Tammany Trace in St. Tammany Parish.
- Hike in Kisatchie National Forest.
- Step back in time at the West Baton Rouge Museum .
- Chill out at the Audubon Cool Zoo in New Orleans.
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Stetson University, DeLand: Address, Phone Number, Educational site Reviews
What is available for visitors to do here? I have always heard wonderful things about this massive college that it s an attraction of Deland on it s own! I want to visit the University and see what s here, but I am not a student on the campus. What is available for visitors/community to visit here? Any recommendations or advice?
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The college is probably the only attraction there. I was just next to it this Friday. The town is in existence because of the college and Daytona nearby. It would be an overflow area for Daytona, but not as nice as. More
The college is probably the only attraction there. I was just next to it this Friday. The town is in existence because of the college and Daytona nearby. It would be an overflow area for Daytona, but not as nice as Daytona. The only nice hotel is not real nice. There is a strip of about 4 blocks of small antique, restaurant and other shops. It only took me about one hour to go thru it. I m a thrift shop person so I don t like to pay antique store prices. There is a Good will and a Bealls Outlet but not much selection. I would recommend living in the town as it is genuinely a USA town of friendly people. They had the High School parade through the town last year when I visited. Quite a big deal compared to what my town offers a school. The town has beautiful oak trees. The campus is OLD and smells musty in the older buildings. The campus has a great feel and student attitude, but it is expensive. I spoke to a native there and he said the college was very small until they added the athletic program, then more dorms were built etc. To get an idea of how nice the town is. We went to several fast food places and they all had polite young people working there and they were fast and efficient. I ve never seen that consistency in a town with Mc D s Arbys, Wendy s etc. But bottom line is you can visit the college and town in a day and drive somewhere else to spend the night, unless there is a bread and breakfast in the town. That I don t know about.
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