To-die-for Cajun and Creole cuisine, one-of-a-kind architecture, and authentic Jazz music, have thousands of first-time visitors heading for this historic city on the Mississippi River. From the French Quarter to the Garden District to Bourbon Street, New Orleans has so many fun things to do. Get ready to explore 13 amazing ways to have fun in NOLA during your first visit.
Before even stepping into the Siena Hotel’s lobby, you’ll feel as if you’ve been teleported direct to Italy. Adorned with Juliet balconies, Siena Hotel instantly charms you with every Italian detail your eyes land on. The architecture, style, and cuisine all hail from Italy, affording the opportunity, in the Southern U.S. town of Chapel Hill, NC, to live like you are far away in Italy.
New Orleans food scene is so incredible you won’t find anything like it anywhere else. At the center of this culinary magnificence are the famous cuisines of the region’s Cajun and Creole people. There is a difference between these two styles. Simply put, Cajun is country food and Creole is city food. These distinctive cuisines are found on menus throughout New Orleans. For some of New Orleans’ best flavors, on your next visit, try one or all five of these highly sought after places to dine.
Jekyll Island is famous for its natural beauty and historical Gilded Age significance. This island is owned by the state of Georgia and is considered a state park. Most of the island is protected from development around 65%, leaving a small portion for residential and commercial development.
This unique situation leaves most of the island’s natural beauty preserved, brings fewer crowds to its shores, and offers plenty of breathing room – a perfect combination for a getaway destination. Got your interest piqued, then book a stay Beachview Club Hotel – it’s the best boutique hotel on Jekyll Island.