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While the city of New Orleans is a popular destination, one only has to travel an hour or less outside the city to get a different perspective of Louisiana’s rich heritage and culture. Visit sugar cane plantations, Louisiana’s swamps and bayous and chow down on some local Cajun food. More
Located on Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach is Florida’s northernmost beach and is a popular destination for summer getaways. Fernandina has everything from beaches to water sports to Florida history. Check out these great ways to experience all there is to see and do in Fernandina Beach.
I was recently invited to participate in a Cajun Culinary Adventure in Southwest Louisiana with a group of fellow food writers and knew instinctively that I should only pack stretchy pants. We were going to be sampling food that would be both elevated and chef-driven but also native and downhome. More
Fall is the perfect time to explore Macon, Georgia! From music and art to historic homes, Macon has a lot going on. And in the fall, the spirits of the city’s past come alive for a unique way to learn about its history. Let me show you what your weekend exploring Macon, Georgia could look like! More
Everything in Texas is big and El Paso with a population of 850,000 is no exception. This vibrant city along the Rio Grande has an urban sprawl that stretches 200 miles out from the downtown. It’s bordered by New Mexico and the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Over the last 40 years El Paso has grown in leaps and bounds with businesses locating there. In 1980, the famous Lucchese Boot Company moved from San Antonio and set up its growing business in El Paso. More
Franklin, Tennessee, is a charming hamlet approximately 20 miles south of Nashville. Franklin offers much of the same that draws travelers to Music City, just on a way more intimate level. Franklin boasts an award-winning historic Main Street, layers of Civil War history, and top-notch music venues. More