The open road captivates the American psyche like few other things. Legends of loaners striking out for greener pastures fill countless pages. From Jack Kerouac to Alexis de Tocqueville, Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, road trips are a quintessential bit of Americana. We look forward to the day we can once again travel the wide open spaces. As life transitions to a new normal in many parts of the country, we got to thinking about great long-distance road trips. For the foreseeable future, our new travel mode will involve spacing things out. What better way to do that than on the open road? In the spirit of the Great American Road Trip, these are our picks for the best multi-day driving tours in the 48 contiguous states.
Sometimes the allure of a far flung destination is overpowering. Perhaps it’s the romance of Paris, or walking past grand cathedrals in Rome. Maybe you long for Spanish culture in Valencia, or would like nothing more than raising a stein in a German beer hall. Great European cities captivate a traveler’s imagination. For many of us, however, life and responsibilities have an unfortunate tendency to intrude. The realities of traveling to Europe, dealing with flight tickets, language barriers, unfamiliar customs…it can seem too much. Fortunately there is plenty Old World charm available in North America. We’ve searched the continent for those places you could easily mistake as having been transplanted wholesale. Come along on our journey to the 10 places in North America that feel exactly like Europe.
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, only knew about the grilled wings of New Orleans. It was discovered that there was such a beautiful city in the southern United States. New Orleans is the birthplace of jazz, preserved in the old quarter: the French Quarter, and the city of the estuary of the Mississippi River. The history of the black slaves left a lot of ruins and manors here, and it is definitely worth a visit. At this time, tall oak trees, blooming Ziwei, and beautiful photos are not used for coloring.
Romantic New Orleans French Quarter. New Orleans was once occupied by the French, so there is still a French area here. This old block with a strong French style has a history of more than 200 years. In 1803, Americans bought large plots of land from Napoleon, most of which were destroyed during the Civil War, and the French district of New Orleans was well preserved. Many of the restaurants here have a history of one or two hundred years, and the exterior of the building maintains the style of the year. Walking through the streets, you can find the home of Napoleon. The most lively area in the French Quarter is Bourbon Street, where bars, restaurants and street performers make it very lively. It is also the location of the American drama "The Vampire of the First Generation", which attracted many people to come to this tour.
This was way back in 2017 when we visited Louisiana. Watched the game of Pelicans vs Rockets in Smoothie King Center, New Orleans. Met new people, made new friends and experience new things. How i miss the good old days when Covid 19 still wasn’t a thing. I’m missing the crowd, the thrill and all the fun.
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At the Mercedez Bez Superdome during the saints season opener. "Who dat? Who dat? Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints?" we had so much fun. It was such a great experience.
The Mississippi River, the largest river in the United States, flows into the Gulf of Mexico in New Orleans, so a trip to New Orleans must not be missed is a cruise on the Mississippi River on the steamboat Natchez. The ship departs from the heart of the French Quarter, and a two-hour cruise showcases the beauty of the lower Mississippi River and the vitality of the port city of New Orleans. The cruise has a buffet lunch and a jazz band on the boat, like a lively big party.
New Orleans is a fabulous city to visit, and much more than just Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. Obviously you want to see those places, but make sure you get out into the other neighborhoods where the real city is found. Get away from the tourist areas and find the street music and amazing people that make this outstanding destination one of the most unique destinations in the world.
New Orleans, the old town of the United States at the mouth of the Mississippi River, has a 300-year history.
The street is full of French, surrounded by jazz, the city of voodoo culture, the world's second largest carnival parade, rich and hot crayfish and oysters... rich in layers, sometimes thought to be in Mexico, sometimes thought to be In France, sometimes I think I am in Latin America.
Come to Tableau, a restaurant not to be missed in New Orleans. Located in Jackson Square, French Quarter, New Orleans, this restaurant is connected to the historic Le Petit Theatre. Both the environment and the dishes are superb. The restaurant has a oyster bar, a wine cellar, and a dining area on the second floor balcony. It is worth a special trip to taste.
New Orleans has always been the gastronomic capital of the United States. There are two kinds of cuisines in a city. Crayfish and oysters are also famous. They have smashed a bloody road in the boring hamburger in the United States. Seasoned with a variety of southern spices, it is extremely bold to use, unlike the imaginary American cuisine.
But the local roast chicken wings are really! difficult! eat! Or Chinese KFC's New Orleans roast chicken wings are delicious ~