New Orleans’ National World War II Museum Brings Past to Life

The National World War II Museum’s 6-acre campus in New Orleans is home to seven pavilions telling the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world. Named New Orleans’ #1 tourist attraction by Tripadvisor, the museum has expanded since its 2000 dedication as the National D-Day Museum to include exhibits detailing […]

New Orleans: Festive Food for the Holidays

New Orleans cherishes its traditions, and one of the most festive is the Reveillon dinner. Originally a meal served in private homes after midnight mass Christmas Eve

New Orleans’ Insectarium: Bug Easy

Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, located at 423 Canal Street in the heart of New Orleans, features 23,000 square feet of insect-related fun, including a chance to see thousands of everybody’s favorite bug, the butterfly. Housed in the historic old Customs House, the attraction has been voted “a top museum for you and your kids” by CNN.com. Visitors should note that since the Customs House is a federal building, anyone entering must pass through Security. Yes, like the airport.

Check out Louisiana’s Other Side in Shreveport and Bossier City

When most people think of Louisiana, they think immediately of New Orleans. Sure, there’s a certain draw to the city of Hurricane’s and Bourbon Street but on a recent trip to LA’s “Other Side”, I found out that this state has much more to offer. Once known more for its river boat casinos than anything […]

Let The Good Times Roll on Bon Temps Express

A bus – is a bus – is a bus, until you encounter outstanding hosts who have a passion for entertaining others.  The Bon Temps Express in Lake Charles, LA, is one of few exceptions that can be recommended for a great, safe time when you are ready to celebrate. Owners, Ralph and Joy Huval, […]