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Louisiana Hot Stuff

in Souvenirs, Music & Records, Kitchen Accessories, Clothing - Women, Clothing - Men, Clothing - Accessories, Art

We specialize in LSU, UL, Saints, and Louisiana Products! If you are searching for apparel, college logo items, Cajun Christmas, food, kitchen décor, magnets, prints, gifts for kids - we are the place to go. We are located in the Super Target Shopping Center at the intersection of Ambassador Caffery & Kaliste Saloom Road. Come stop by for a visit and "Laissez les bons temps rouler"!

4409 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy #200
Lafayette, Louisiana 70508
United States

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Jungle Gardens- Avery Island

Jungle Gardens- Avery Island

in Souvenirs, Food, Sightseeing, Historic, Botanical Gardens

In season, visitors to Avery Island can expect to see a variety of azaleas, camellias and bamboo, in addition to alligators, deer, and raccoons that live in the hills and marshes around the gardens. Stroll paths covered by oaks laced with Spanish moss, and stand at the shrine that houses a centuries-old Buddha - a gift to Mr. Ned in 1936. And then there are the thousands of snowy egrets that nest in Bird City.

Highway 329 Avery Island Rd
Avery Island, Louisiana 70513
United States

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Authentic Louisiana

in Souvenirs, Jewelry, Home Interiors, Gifts, Art

STOP LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT KEEPSAKE! Shop online for Unique Items made in Louisiana. Discover One-of-a-kind Artwork, Original Jewelry, T-shirts, Books, Gifts and more. Original Art and Prints available. Pre-packaged and custom gift baskets are available. Great gifts for any occasion. Bring a piece of Louisiana home with you! Use Coupon Code TH14 and enjoy 5% off. Visit us Today!

P.O. Box 80134
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70898
United States

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USS Orleck Naval Museum

in Souvenirs, Nat'l Historic Landmark, Museum, Historic

Built in 1945 by Consolidated Steel Shipbuilding in Orange, Texas, the USS ORLECK DD886 was launched into the Sabine River on 12 May 1945, and entered duty on 15 September. After serving in many battles for many countries, she arrived in Lake Charles, Louisiana, by tow on 20 May 2010 and was opened to the public on 10 April 2011 as the USS ORLECK Naval Museum. She remains open to the public for tours and special events and is working ward a permanent berth on the west side of Lake Charles.

604 N. EnterpriseBlvd.
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601
United States

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