New Orleans, USA

New Orleans is a city popular for being the birthplace of jazz music and culture. It is the largest city in Louisiana and one of the top tourist destinations in the United States. Its culture is a blend of French and African-American tastes as new cultural aspects are invented and realized in the city. Many things you can do for fun, including enjoying the great boat ride on the Mississippi River and sight-seeing its attractions. Louis Armstrong International Airport is the New Orleans primary airport, located in the suburb of Kenner. The airport is connected to numerous places around North America and Europe. From the airport, take a taxi ride, at $14 or upwards if carrying less passengers, to the city center from where you connect to the accommodation facility of your choice.
However, the cheapest option is to use the Jefferson Express bus that charges only two US Dollars. If you are in cities within Louisiana or nearby states, use the Interstate 10 road to enter the New Orleans City. Greyhound, Union Passenger Terminal, and Amtrak train services pass through New Orleans City from states bordering Louisiana. La Swift is the only bus service that serves New Orleans from Baton Rouge.
Places to find numerous hotels for tourist accommodation are in the French Quarter and Central Business District. There are also nice, basic and more affordable accommodation in some other parts of the city. The forms of tourist accommodation include hotels and guesthouses. You will find plenty of cyber cafes and some bars in the French Quarter and Central Business District that offer affordable internet connection.
However, whenever visiting and planning to stay in New Orleans, be aware of the timing of the next hurricane season. If a hurricane is about to attack the city, move away from the coast and stay in a hotel that is located in a high ground.
There are many joins you can budge into for a meal or snack in New Orleans. The servings are such a delight with delicious and colorful varieties of dishes from their respective origins of birth. This group of different cuisines has created a local cuisine that New Orleans is known for – Creole.
The Creole cuisine is a blend of foreign cuisines including Spanish and French dishes, and it is common in restaurants within the New Orleans City. Feel free to walk around the streets with your beer, but in a plastic cup to avoid littering the roads with broken glass. As you enter a restaurant in the city, ensure that you wear decently – at least not much revealing clothes like shorts – society policy.
In New Orleans, you can go for leisure, as a couple, or as a family in many areas. The attractions range from historic sites to the nature parks to view inland ad aquatic animal species in their natural habitats. Popular grounds are the museums, aquariums, the Mississippi River, New Orleans Museum of Art, boat ferries, and New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival that is held in April and May every year.