I’m in vogue these days for living in the country, but it doesn’t always make for easygoing, quiet, and serene living.
If you’re looking for a place to call home, the voodoo towns of Louisiana are a great place to start.
The state’s many colorful, tropical-themed cities—and its abundant beaches—are among the best in the nation, and they’re all within easy walking distance of one another.
Here are eight voodoo spots to make your next vacation more memorable.1.
St. Marys, Louisiana, U.S.A. There are so many great voodoo villages in the United States that I could name them all.
But the St. Louis suburb of St. Charles is my favorite.
It’s a vibrant city with a rich history that includes the origins of its namesake city, the “Holy City,” and the Saint Louis Saints.
The area’s reputation as a religious and spiritual center dates back to the 1600s, when French and Spanish missionaries brought their culture and beliefs to St. Clair Parish, the seat of the Saint Charles Parish.
The mission of the Catholic Church at St. Catherine’s was a success, and Saint Catherine’s Cathedral, the world’s oldest continuously functioning cathedral, was built in 1776.
Today, the city has a population of nearly 50,000.2.
St Johnsbury, LouisianaA small city of around 12,000, St Johnsburg is an oasis of serenity on the banks of the Mississippi River.
It boasts a mix of diverse ethnic groups, from the small town of St Johnsboro, New York, to the small, beautiful town of South Bend, Indiana.
St Johnsburg has an old-time vibe, with the old-timers coming in from far and wide.
The city has been described as a “gothic-tinged paradise,” and its residents have been known to play music and dance to the beat of the drums.
The town also has a thriving black community.
St Kitts, St. Croix, and St. Johnsburg also have beautiful beaches and plenty of beaches to explore.3.
St Marys (or Saint Marys) Parish, LouisianaYou can’t really go wrong with St. Maarten, which is located just south of the small French enclave of Lafayette, Louisiana.
St Maarten’s history dates back more than 100 years, when a Spanish-American family moved to the area.
This place was one of the most prosperous communities in Louisiana when it was founded in the early 1900s.
St Martin is a popular destination for locals looking for the perfect spot to relax.
It has a small town feel, and it has many shops and restaurants.
There’s also a popular barbecue restaurant and a nearby zoo.
The place is a bit of a hidden gem in St. James Parish, which also includes St. Helena Parish.
It was also once home to the Saint Mary’s Parish Jazz Band.4.
St Francis Parish, La., U.C.
I have always loved the place where I grew up, St Francis, La.
St Peter’s Cathedral is where my parents went when they went to St Francis.
St Vincent de Paul Church is the largest Catholic church in the state of Louisiana.
It is also the home of the St Francis University, which offers courses in the history of the Church and its ministries to the poor.
The cathedral was built to be a place where students could go to study, and now it’s a destination for the locals.5.
St Augustine, FloridaSt Augustine, located in the Caribbean enclave of St Augustine near the Florida Panhandle, is a great vacation destination.
The downtown is packed with shops and boutiques, including an iconic tattoo parlor that sells everything from piercings to headbands.
It also boasts a wide array of beaches and a large shopping center, which includes a vast array of shops and eateries.
There is a large number of restaurants in the area, and you can also explore the city’s parks.6.
Lake Charles, LouisianaThe small Lake Charles area in the Gulf Coast is home to some of the country’s most unique and popular beaches.
It hosts the U.N. World Wildlife Fund World Wildlife Day every year, which draws tens of thousands of visitors.
The St. John’s Parish Zoo is one of St John’s best attractions.
Its exhibits include elephants, giraffes, dolphins, and other wildlife.
It offers a great selection of activities for kids and adults, including free guided tours and activities for the whole family.7.
Licking County, LouisianaOne of the world to watch during the summer is Licking, Louisiana’s capital city.
It sits just west of Baton Rouge, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of New Orleans.
The Licking region, which has an estimated population of around 200,000 people, is home for several different religions, which include African-American, Irish, Roman Catholic, and Muslim communities.
The most famous area of