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Oak Alley Plantation

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"Oak Alley Plantation sits on the west bank of the Mississippi River and was a sugar cane plantation owned by Valcour Aime, one of the wealthiest men in the South in the early 1800s. The plantation is beautiful, with a double row of southern oak lined over the plantation. "
"Book early to be able to stay at the Oak Alley, it is a unique occasion to have the pictures of the infamous trees, early in the morning with no tourists and beautiful lights"
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"Old French creole plantation. Pretty place for some history if we have time "
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