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Cajun country

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Driving from Atlanta GA to MS Gulf coast, New Orleans, and then 2-night stay in Cajun country in late May.

I have questions regarding Lafayette, LA hotel: Kaliste Saloom Rd. area has been mentioned as being nicer than the area around I-10 hotels. Is Kaliste Saloom Rd. area a convenient base for traveling to local restaurants, Breaux Bridge, and other smaller Cajun towns? I'm considering Marriott Courtyard or similar hotel at airport location.

Any suggestions for route/stops for drive back to Atlanta from Lafayette, LA area with a possible overnight? I'm not particularly interested in stopping at big cities (Montgomery & Birmingham) on this trip.

Thank you for any comments and suggestions. Most of the trip has been planned, but I'm stuck on the Cajun country section.

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