Bowls filled to the rim with gumbo, late nights in dark jazz clubs, stroll historic neighborhoods and experience the charms of the creole/Cajun people of the south, don't forget to take time to relax with a beignet and coffee at a sidewalk café or a Mint Julep TO-GO from one of the many bars along the streets.
Explore the city on a tour and be sure to see one the interesting cemeteries that New Orleans is famous for. Be sure to take a tour of an old sugar cane plantation and a swamp tour in the bayou!!
While visiting the south, take time to go across the bridge to Biloxi, Mississippi and experience the Best Southern Hospitality!!! Check out Ocean Springs, MS and sip on sweet tea offered to you in the gift shops while you explore the treasures then have lunch or dinner on an outdoor patio!
"Y'all come back now - you hear!"
Stylish sophistication and historic New England Charm, lobster rolls and gourmet dining. Boston is a very proud city that pays homage to American history and serves as all things to all people, whether you are a foodie, history lover or a traveling family.
Stroll along the Freedom Trail learning the important history of America's beginnings. If you have worked up an appetite, stop at Faneuil Hall for some clam chowder and be sure to have a beer with Norm from Cheers! Make sure to wear your red socks and cheer on Boston's own Red Sox in the historic Fenway Park the oldest NBL park! Need to warm up with some tea? Check out the re-enactment of the Boston Tea Party. Need some education? Get schooled in Harvard University! Take a tour and lean about the oldest institution of higher learning in the USA! Established in 1636 with such alumni as past presidents and many important figures in American history.