If you find yourself traveling solo to New Orleans during the Holiday Season and you are still looking for the perfect gift for the lucky guy in your life? Shop local this holiday season and give him a gift from a New Orleans brand or boutique!
Only have a short time to visit New Orleans when traveling alone? I’ll help you maximize your solo travel no matter how much time you have in the most fabulous southern city in the US.. Using New Orleans as my example, I give you lots of travel tips on how to maximize your time as a solo traveler in any city, even if you have just a few hours.
Cinco de Mayo is Saturday! Whether you're celebrating all day long or just grabbing a margarita before heading to the Fair Grounds for another weekend of festing, there are plenty of ways to celebrate in and around New Orleans.
As the city of New Orleans gears up to turn 300, there is no shortage of new and exciting restaurant openings for the solo traveler to enjoy. Southern Living magazine even ranked the Big East as the South’s best food city for all of 2018. Make your next solo destination New Orleans.
The James Beard Foundation today announced the semifinalists for this year’s culinary awards, and New Orleans has a mix of familiar local names and newer additions in the running. If you are traveling alone to New Orleans make sure to dine at one of these top restaurants for a meal to remember.
Bayou Boogaloo is one New Orleans festival that features a different kind of float than the one’s we’re used to. Every year in May, Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo takes over the banks of Bayou St. John for a weekend of live music, amazing food, and an escape from the Louisiana summer heat with the option to bring your own inflatable water float!
Originally built in 1927, this renovated local favorite hotel provides a sense of modern comfort with a nod to old New Orleans. It is a wonderful place to stay as a solo traveler who wants to really experience the culture and character of New Orleans.