The Crescent City – New Orleans

New Orleans definitely has some of the most historic contributions to the USA, with the rise of Baseball, The Civil War, and who could ever forget, the beginning of Jazz music itself. 

Now, some of you may wonder, what else is New Orleans known for? Well, one of the many things that make New Orleans such a unique city, is the distinctive French architecture with their French Culture. Along with delicious food, soothing music and multicultural events such as Mardi Gras festival, there is no place more interesting to be in the United States. And yet the city has so much more to offer, and here are some of them.

The first thing you want to do when you get to the Crescent City, is try the variety of dishes they have to offer. With culture coming from all around the globe, your taste buds are in for quite a treat. Eating dishes such as Gumbo or Jambalaya can definitely keep your belly full and happy. And to fully experience that New Orleans for your mouth, trying their oysters is a world renowned taste that is sure to get you craving for more. 

But food isn’t the only thing The Big Easy has to make your stay worthwhile. If you’re looking to quench your thirst for adventure, you can always go around the historic park that is Jackson Square. There you’ll be greeted by the statue of General Andrew Jackson, truly a remarkable landmark to commemorate the price that the United States had to pay in order to acquire the state of Louisiana. 

However, if you prefer to walk around and just chill during the night, then one of the busiest and most beautiful streets is in New Orleans for you to enjoy. The Frenchmen Street is much like a musical broadway for free and for everyone to enjoy. With live performances everywhere, giving you that feeling of being in a foreign European land where everyone is just happily enjoying themselves on some drinks and good music. Here you will see the vibrancy that the French had brought and left in the Crescent City. 

Finally, if you want to satisfy your cravings for some of the best jazz music a human being can possibly hear, then you’ve come to the right place. With New Orleans being the birthplace of Jazz, it’d be difficult to find a place or spot that doesn’t have good jazz, and yet there are underrated ones hiding behind some corners. And one of these is Fritzel’s European Jazz Bar. Now, this isn’t just your ordinary bar where you’ll have a drink and then move on. This is a bar that will fully embrace you in European culture and finally give you that jazz vibe you’ve been wanting. 

New Orleans has some of the most unique tastes a city can offer. With them having multiple cultures together, the Crescent City has become more than just a city, it’s become alive. And what makes them the way they are, are the people among them. So what better way to enjoy the streets of the Big Easy, than to go there yourself and experience the people living there.…

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Things you need to remember before Travelling

These days a massive number of people plan for going to travel somewhere. Whether it is an international trip or a domestic one, everyone needs guidance. Traveling and exploring a new place that is entirely different for you is an amazing experience. If you are traveling somewhere for the first time then this article is going to be very helpful for you.

  •  Choosing the right season to travel

It is important to check an update about the weather so that you can prevent bad situations while traveling to any other area. Usually, you can check the weather by simply entering your query in the Google search bar and Google will display the latest weather conditions of that area where you are going to travel. Some regions are recommended to avoid during the rainy seasons. So, you can skip such weather. But, if you are a fan of daily downpour and if you love to travel in difficult and tough situations then the weather can’t stop you.

  •  Take Care of Stop orders and Advance Payments

Once it is confirmed that your travel has been booked then you should place a ‘stop’ orders on any regular delivery or services. These may include newspapers, housecleaners, postal mails, and other such things. If you want any other additional services to continue with, then you can consider paying in advance for that service.

Most of the Service Providers will offer you to place ‘stop’ orders online; this happens in the case of email delivery and most newspapers.

  •  Make sure that your password and visa are up to date

If you are on an international journey then you must keep your username and password up-to-date. This is because most of the countries require your passport to be valid for the next six months after your return date. The State Department advises that if you renew your password unless nine months before, then it is set to be expired.

  •  Stock your Wallet

Choose one or two credit cards that you can easily carry with you, and make sure to call the issuers shortly before you leave in order to inform them about which country you are going to visit. If you don’t do these things then your credit card will be denied as the issuer may find some international activity suspicious.

Nowadays, traveler’s checks are no longer accepted universally and you may have trouble in many countries while doing that most often in less developed countries.

  •  Pack your accessories appropriately

Except for the necessary electronics such as mobile phones, laptops, etc do not bring any other valuables with you. Make sure, not to wear expensive jewelry as it may become a source to attract the thieves. If you bring your valuable things then always try to keep them in your carry on, or any other bag and after that keep them locked in the hotel safely. 

Before you leave the hotel make sure to remove the unwanted things from your wallet in order to prevent the loss and make it more lightweight.

Always use closed baggage tags to label each and every bag. Put your name, address, and phone number both inside and outside your luggage.

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