We have arrived at the final destination of our NYC2NOLA Great American Road Trip 2011 – we are in New Orleans and fell immediately in love with this great city!
New Orleans is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind city that is quite unlike any other major city across the United States. Owing to its founding to the French, the city was established …
Although we could spend months immersed in that particularly sweet blend of New Orleans urban life, there came a point during our visit where we just had to get out of town…what we discovered were the rural roots that throughout history have melted together to make the Crescent City so unique.
Ah, the South. In a land where Mac’n’Cheese is considered a vegetable, we did manage to find some fantastic vegetarian options on our Great American road trip through the South this year. Caution: this post will make you hungry!
The latest in our Go Beyond series – we urge you to get out and explore the neighborhoods, parks and cemeteries outside the (in)famous Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
Every day spent in New Orleans leads us closer to hiring a real estate agent – we are loving it here in NOLA that much! Read on for a recap of our third day in N’awlins – some hootin’, a little hollerin’ and a lot of learnin’ about Creole culture.
Day Two in New Orleans brought us from alligators in Louisiana’s wetlands to live jazz on Frenchman Street!
The past three weeks traveling on this NYC2NOLA road trip have been so much fun, and making our ultimate destination New Orleans turned out to be exactly what we needed. As expected when having so much fun, time flew and we found ourselves yesterday with a giant list of places we still wanted to explore so we decided to maximize our last day in the city by renting bikes from The American Bike Rental & Tour Company.