By Tiffany Olson I remember the first time I took a tour. To be honest, I thought I was going to hate it. After all, what interest does a teenage girl have in the history and architecture of Savannah, Georgia. There weren’t even any battles fought there. And yet, just one hour later, I had…Details
Visiting New Orleans – or any city for that matter – can often become expensive but it doesn’t have to be that way. From free walking tours to free accommodation, there are plenty of ways to keep your travel costs to a minimum. #1: Take a Free Walking Tour Experience 300 years of history for…Details
The French Quarter neighborhood is one of the oldest and most historic areas of New Orleans. New Orleans was originally founded around the French Quarter in 1718. Although it is known as the “French Quarter,” most of the buildings are actually influenced by the colonial Spanish, as they were built under Spanish rule. …Details
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Antoine’s This exquisite restaurant is located in the French Quarter and dress attire is required. It features both French and Creole cuisine with an average price range of $12 to $18 dollars per plate. Antoine’s is open daily for dinners and Sunday Brunch. Since 1840, has set the standard for culinary cuisine and is…Details