New Orleans has a fascinating history. There has been a lot of intrigue, mystery, and murder throughout its 300-year existence giving the dead good reason for its reputaion as the most haunted city in America. These are the most haunted places in New Orleans that you can explore on a tour or on your own. When you visit you must… Read More
Lousiana is a southern state of America located is located on the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississipi River. These are Louisiana travel articles.
Located a short 20 minute streetcar ride from downtown, the New Orleans Garden District is a pleasant way to spend a quiet day in the city. A Tour of the New Orleans Garden District The charming St. Charles Streetcar takes you from the hustle and bustle of downtown New Orleans to the majestic mansions and tree lined streets of the Garden… Read More
If you tell someone you are going to New Orleans, you’ll immediately get a list of all the great places to eat from them. We put a question up on our Facebook page asking what people loved about New Orleans and nearly everyone mentioned their favourite place to eat! That’s because New Orleans food is one of a kind. The food… Read More
New Orleans is possibly the coolest city in the United States. Most people make it one of their top stops to visit in the US, so when Dave and I told people we were going to New Orleans for the first time, they couldn’t believe we hadn’t been before. What? You haven’t been to the Big Easy? What’s wrong with… Read More
Southern Hospitality. It’s not just a catchy slogan, it’s just the way of things in Southwest Louisiana. We felt welcome from the moment we set foot in Lake Charles. Greeted at the airport by the lovely Kaylen Fletcher of the Lake Charles Convention and Visitors Bureau, we felt at ease as we were about to experience our first Mardi Gras,… Read More
Our first Mardi Gras will definitely not be our last. This introduction to Mardi Gras turned out to be great fun! The family-oriented celebration of Lake Charles in Southwest Louisiana proved to exceed our expectations. Donning the traditional Mardi Gras colors of Gold, Purple, and Green we await in the queue for the start of the Children’s Parade. Oh yeah,… Read More