Sailing Away with Dr. Seuss & Carnival Dream – Seuss-a-Palooza in New Orleans #CruisingCarnival

Sailing  Away with Carnival Cruise  & a Dr. Seuss-a-Palooza in New Orleans #CruisingCarnival  #BayouTravel

Disclosure: My family & I attended the Dr.Seuss Palooza event as a media guest. In my previous post I mentioned how excited I was to be able to board the Carnival Dream in New Orleans to attend their Dr.Seuss Palooza to celebrate the release of the new book, "What Pet Should I Get?" Given the fact that one of my beloved childhood authors hadn't released a new book in over 25 years, I was pretty excited that I was getting a chance to cover the event and attend as a special guest. I was Continue Reading

Inside the Attraction: Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights Museum #BayouTravel

What to Do & See in Atlanta Georgia - Family Attractions - Civil Rights Museum #BayouTravel

For many years my family has traveled to various American historical sites. America's history is an interesting and complex story which encompasses the good, bad and the ugly, yet our history is just that...history. It has been my honor to cover diverse and cultural events over the last 6+ years and I will always strive to do them justice. More importantly, I owe it to my children to show them how our country has achieved great success yet in some way disappointed people over the years. Our Continue Reading

Dr. Seuss 1st Book Release in +25 years & Carnival Cruise’s Seuss at the Sea #CruisingCarnival

Carnival Cruise Seuss at the Sea & What Pet Should I Get”, his first book release in over 25 years #BayouTravel

Memories recalled from my childhood have always been a fond experience for me. I remember a lot of things that other children simply forget over time; faces, teachers names, early memories, etc. One of the things I remember most was my love of reading and the many authors that I adored during my childhood, one of whom was Dr.Seuss. If you are a parent of little ones who adores the imaginary world of Dr.Seuss or remember being an avid fan during your own childhood, then you'll be as pleased as Continue Reading

Free Attractions in Atlanta- What to do in Atlanta, Ga at ZERO cost to you #BayouTravel

Things to do in Atlanta Georgia - Free Attractions in Downtown Atlanta Centennial Olympic Park #BayouTravel

One thing I'm always looking to do when planning a trip with my family is to utilize local attractions that cost little to no money. On this trip, I can say that Atlanta certainly has tons that any family can enjoy completely for FREE! Listed below you will find a small group of Atlanta hot spots that cost you nothing! Centennial Olympic Park: Perfectly nestled in downtown Atlanta, Centennial Olympic Park was built park was built by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games for Continue Reading

Atlanta Tours, Museums & more – Inside the College Football Hall of Fame #BayouTravel

Atlanta Georgia Family Attractions - College Football Hall of Fame #BayouTravel

After visiting so many great places while on my recent trip to Atlanta, Georgia, I was just about done in from all the hustle and bustle and the excitement that comes with journeying to new places, but despite my growing exhaustion I still had a few places left to visit before concluding my Atlanta tour and heading back home. One of which: The College Football Hall of Fame. Whether you're a sports enthusiast or a hometown fan, if you find yourself passing through Georgia or are vacationing Continue Reading

Atlanta Family Attractions: Go Wild at Zoo Atlanta & The Georgia Aquarium #BayouTravel

What to do in Atlanta Georgia  Family Attractions - Georgia Aquarium  #BayouTravel

It's HOT in Atlanta especially this time of year but that doesn't deter many tourists that travel every summer! During my stay in the Peach State, I was able to mingle with other tourists like myself and visit several amazing Atlanta attractions. I've already told you about my trip to the World of Coca-Cola Museum and Stone Mountain Park but this post I would like to dedicate specifically to my two family favorite stops: The Atlanta Zoo & the Georgia Aquarium. Having my love for animals Continue Reading

Georgia Family Attractions & Destinations: Stone Mountain Park #BayouTravel

Summit view of the Tram at Stone Mountain - Atlanta Georgia Family Attractions - Stone Mountain Park Adventure & Theme Park #BayouTravel

After quite a few successful press tours over the last few months, I don't think it will come as a surprise to any when I reiterate my love for traveling. Even after months of constant go-go-going I'm still not tired of my travels and was recently even given the chance to journey to Atlanta for another press tour, during which I was able to see a lot of fantastic destinations while I enjoyed my stay. During my trip I was able to visit several Atlanta destinations and I can't wait to share my Continue Reading

Atlanta Area Attractions – Family Fun at The World of Coca-Cola #BayouTravel

Atlanta Georgia Family Attractions - World of Coca Cola Museum #BayouTravel

Nothing says classic to me quite like reminiscing over my child hood with a tall glass of Coca-Cola. During my recent family trip to Atlanta , I was able to make a trip to a place that is near and dear to my heart: the World of Coca-Cola, where the magic behind the iconic sugar drink happens. Or at least, where you can learn about the history of Coca-Cola, anyways. When I created my itinerary, I was so excited to see the many different Downtown Atlanta area attractions available. But when my Continue Reading

Exploring Louisiana – Otis House At The Fairview Riverside State Park #BayouTravel

Exploring Louisiana - Travel Ideas from Lafayette to Luling #BayouTravel

Over the years, Blogging, Babies and the Bayou has evolved and one thing that has not changed is my love for travel and Louisiana. Starting July 1st, readers can find additional Louisiana attractions not as well-known to travelers but beloved local landmarks. These off the beaten path locations can be added to your upcoming Louisiana vacation and give visitors (and locals) a unique Louisiana experience. When I started my blog 6 years ago I shared local events, concerts and various Continue Reading

Mission Concepción – San Antonio Missions National Historical Park #BayouTravel

Mission Concepcion – San Antonio Missions National Historic Park #BayouTravel

My family and I visited Mission Concepción in San Antonio which is the oldest unrestored stone church in America. Built in the mid 1700's, Mission Concepción looks as it did originally with the exception of it's colorful geometric designs that has since faded over the years. Although the mission has been abandoned for long periods, like San Jose, Mission Concepción is once again used for worship. The Battle of Concepción was fought here on October 28, 1835 between Continue Reading

Tour Companies to Consider in San Antonio, Texas – CitySightSeeing Spotlight #BayouTravel

Tour Companies to Consider in San Antonio, Texas – CitySightSeeing Spotlight #BayouTravel

Being able to travel to a new city and absorb the many sights, smells and experiences is an amazing opportunity for me. I've loved traveling ever since I was a kid, so being able to travel as an adult and really soak up the experience of traveling to-and-fro is so amazing. When I was selected to travel to San Antonio, Texas, to take in some of the sights there I was thrilled and I couldn't wait to jump feet first over the line of the Lone Star State. As a universal, visiting new Continue Reading

San Antonio Texas: Missions National Historical Park – San Jose Mission Spotlight #BayouTravel

Mission San Jose – San Antonio Missions National Historic Park #BayouTravel

One of my favorite things to do when traveling is to visit historic home, missions, battlefields and state parks and more. Not only because of the educational value in it but because we get to step back in time and learn about how others lived and interacted during a certain period. San Antonio's National Historic Park in Texas consists of 4 missions. Mission San Jose being the "Queen of the Missions is also the park's visitor center. As we pulled up we found ourselves visiting the park Continue Reading