Stop 4 on our NYC2NOLA road trip! Safe and sound in the sunny Appalachian mountains in North Carolina, we just love Asheville, Biltmore and hiking the AT…Also taking suggestions for our next stops in Charleston and Savannah
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.
Before we set off on our road trip through the South, we had certain ideas and stereotypes about life below the Mason-Dixon line. Read on to find oust how many of these stereotypes were true and just what the details revealed.
We were surprised to see how many different types of tours Savannah offers – there are over thirty ghost tours alone! But in a city Savannah’s size, do you need to take a tour at all? Find out what we think, plus a quick guide to tours in Savannah.
Great American Road Trip: NYC2NOLA **Extended** (Is there ever really a final destination for nomads?)
We extended our Great American Road Trip 2011 from New Orleans up to Chicago, with a stop in Memphis, TN. 3,000 miles, 15 states, and a lot of deep fried fixin’s later, NYC2NOLA road trip has finally come to an end. Read on for updates on the last days and find out where we are headed next.
Yesterday in Philadelphia was all about the food, so today we dedicated ourselves to discovering the role that Philadelphia has played in US history. Both of us knew about the main attractions/events like the Liberty Bell and the signing of the Constitution, but we were actually very surprised to understand just how much of the American way of life is revealed in the city.
From a mini self-hosted TV tour of NYC to a fabulous foodie Philly experience, we’re now on stop two of our Great American Road Trip from New York City to New Orleans. Watch this space, as we provide daily updates from each stop. Today we are in Philly!
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!
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.