Must-visit Attractions – From CNN Tour to Renting a Harley-Davidson

Check out these MUST-VISIT attractions across America. Have Fun!


CNN Tour
World Congress Center, 404-827-2300
Takes visitors backstage at Ted Turner’s news powerhouse. Reservations required one day in advance but may be available on short notice.
Margaret Mitchell House and Museum
990 Peachtree St.,
The home where Margaret Mitchell wrote the Southern classic, Gone With the Wind. That is, if you give a damn.
See also this great video featuring the 25 most beatiful places in America:


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Travel Plans and Dealing With The List

I have more than two handfuls of things to do but I can’t seem to get on with them. I know what I have to do but procrastination seems far better at the moment. Even blogging is a struggle and it always seems to happen as soon as school kicks in again.

I’ve been there a whole week, and the lazy part of me has woken up… or maybe it’s just fallen into an even deeper slumber depending on how you look at it I don’t know why! As soon as I get too busy I feel the urge to sit down and chill out for a bit when that’s the complete opposite of what I should be doing. So, in no particular order, here is what needs to be done… sharpish.

  1. I think I am doing pretty well yet I would like to hear somebody else saying that
  2. Plan my next trip … *faints at prospect*
  3. Sign up for a webinar about new techniques for writing practice tests as I my new job is developing tests for online classes (HS and GED). It’s my new job ( perfect when you like traveling as much as I do). But I try to catch a new mentor from this website but so far no luck.

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RVing As A Retiring Couple

RVing and Retirement go hand in hand for many couples! When you and your spouse hit the retiring mark in life, why not consider investing in an RV to retire in? This would give you great freedom to travel around to different places that you have always wanted to see, and you would still have the comforts of home right along with you. Plus you can decide where to go and how long to stay.

RVing has changed significantly over the years, and it seems like they get nicer and more modern every year. Prices and styles depend on how new the RV is and if it’s used or new. Most Modern RVs come with a flat-screen TV, walk-in shower, a modern kitchen, and equipment, as well as extra storage compartments underneath the RV.

They even have awnings on the outside, which can be perfect to set up lawn chairs and even a table under, for added outdoor comfort. You can even purchase a screen to close it in and keep it bug-free!  You can hook your car up to the back of the RV and take it right along if you feel like leaving the “house in the lot.” This makes it easier when you want to stop and site see without having to drive the RV around to different places.


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New Orleans Voodoo Tours

Voodoo goes back all the way to Africa, but many people still associate the spiritual practices with the city of New Orleans. Voodoo was seriously exercised in this region in the 1800s, and the city still carries traces of that supernatural period. In the Big Easy, you can find quite a few walking tours to enjoy voodoo’s rich historical past and wonderful tales at various locations and at reasonable prices.

All the way from the historic French Quarter and the Treme district to the city’s stunning Garden District and directing by the mid-city Cities of the Dead (the Central Cemetery district), these voodoo tours definitely will explore seriously into the swamps and bayous of pre-historic living and investigate the haunted historical past of New Orleans together with expert native historians.

New Orleans is a very distinctive city and offers a rich Matriarchal background. Native New Orleans citizens will give a refreshing insiders opinion and a cultural preservers’ point of view about family roots that go back to the 1700s. Here are a few well-established voodoo-tours providers:


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Blogging, Traveling and Working Update

I have been busy recently and didn’t have much time for traveling or blogging. I’m a full-time student who supports herself working a part-time job. My recent gig is writing tests. Writing these practice tests for students is relatively easy but answering questions people post as feedback is hard work, I recently asked to remove comments on the tests because people are asking totally simple questions.

I like this gig a lot, but it takes so much time to answer the question when you think your job is all done. So I’m thinking about earning money with a blog. Will it work? Let’s start from the beginning.

What does Blogging mean? Most of the people would say that is you have a website, you write whatever you want (legally, please), usually about your daily personal stuff and then publish them on the website. Now the website is called your blog, and you are blogging and called a blogger. Some kinds of online diaries? Well, that’s true and also a reason why they usually don’t make money with their blogs. (I used to see blogs that way too!)


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New Orleans – French Quarter Fine Dining & Top Restaurants

The citizens of the Big Easy are really intrigued by food. It is probably one of the most discussed topics all day. World-famous restaurants line the streets in one of America’s most historic locations, the French Quarter.

Treat yourself with regional dishes, distinctive flavors and legendary New Orleans cocktails with every dish. Come to the city’s finest restaurants and enjoy the culinary excitement in each of these wonderful places.

Here are some of the best restaurants in the French Quarter:

713 St. Louis Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-581-4422
Cuisine: French, Creole
Since 1840, world-famous Antoine’s Restaurant has raised the level of gastronomy so New Orleans could become one of the finest dining locations in the world. Famous for their Oysters Rockefeller.

Arnaud’s Restaurant
813 Bienville Street, New Orleans, LA 70112, 504-523-5433
Cuisine: French, Creole
Arnoud’s has been the leader of the culinary old guard since 1918 and offers Dinner & Dixieland with its famous Creole cuisine in the Jazz Room every evening from 6:30. Sunday Brunch & Jazz.


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New Orleans – Affordable French Quarter Restaurants

In New Orleans’ French Quarter you can find many world-famous restaurants, but there are also a huge number of quality restaurants that are offering good food at affordable prices. All the restaurants listed below offer full meals under $12. Enjoy good food in one of America’s most historical locations:

Acme Oyster And Seafood House
724 Iberville Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-522-5973
Cuisine: Seafood, Sandwiches, Po-Boys
This restaurant has been around for almost a century and is renown for affordable seafood in a pleasant setting. Enjoy your oysters at the bar.

The Alibi Bar
811 Iberville Street, New Orleans, LA 70112, 504– 522-9187
Casual, Cuisine: Bar/Pub Food
This restaurant is known for friendly bar staff, decent atmosphere, and good food.

1141 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70116, 504-566-0077
Cuisine: Greek/Mediterranean, Pizza
This French Quarter restaurant stays open late during the week and serves from hummus to pizza.

Backspace Bar & Kitchen
139 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-522-2216
Cuisine: American, Bar/Pub Food
Backspace Bar is a pleasant place on Chartres Street and serves comfort foods. The restaurant offers a warm, welcoming feel that will keep you coming back.


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New Orleans – Affordable Garden District Restaurants

People in New Orleans are so fascinated with food that even while having lunch, they probably will be talking about dinner. Just ask locals where you might get the finest gumbo, and you probably will witness a quite dramatic debate among the city’s natives about the best place to order gumbo. Well, you might also say that food brings New Orleans together.

The various menus of New Orleans’s quality restaurants reveal the historical past and all the great cultures that have led to this fantastic culinary melting pot over the past three hundred years.

You won’t have any trouble in discovering French, African, Spanish, German, Italian, and Caribbean influences in the city’s signature dishes, and the last few years we have seen an increased influence from Asia and Latin America.

While walking through the Garden District these days may feel like wandering through times gone by, the neighborhood, and particularly Magazine Street, is also a thriving commercial community.

Here are the most affordable restaurants in the Garden District:

Milk Bar
1514 Delachaise Street, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504-891-9361
Innovative and original offerings of super tasty sandwiches. Milkshakes are famous, and the place offers a decent environment, though nothing fancy.

Corner Muse
1381 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-528-1050
Great place for sandwiches, coffee, and snowballs. Good service.

The Grocery
2854 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504-895-9524
Great sandwiches. Probably the best and tastiest Creole Corned Beef in town.


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Holiday in Cyprus

Day 1: Travel to Cyprus

First, we chose a nice flight, booked our hotels and flew to Cyprus. We arrived at Larnaca airport (which is actually pretty new and clean) and transferred to Limassol by a rented car. Since this was our first day we went just for a nice walk after we checked in at the hotel. We had a nice dinner at the hotel and went early in bed to fill in our batteries for the next day.


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New Orleans – The Best (and often most expensive) Hotels

New Orleans offers an abundance of hotels, from cheap motels, B&B’s and affordable and good family and mid-range hotels to exclusive luxury hotels. Here you can find a listing of the best and often the most expensive hotels in the Crescent City:

The Roosevelt New Orleans, Central Business District
123 Baronne Street, New Orleans, LA 70112, 504-648-1200

The Ritz-Carlton, French Quarter
921 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70112, 504-524-1331

Royal Sonesta Hotel, French Quarter
300 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-586-0300

Le Pavillon Hotel, Central Business District
833 Poydras Street, New Orleans, LA 70112, 504-581-3111

Hotel Mazarin, French Quarter
730 Bienville Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-581-7300

Windsor Court Hotel, Central Business District
300 Gravier Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-523-6000

JW Marriott New Orleans, Central Business District
614 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-525-6500


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