New Orleans is one of the most popular cities in the U.S., hosting more than ten million tourists and conventioneers a year. So you often need to reserve your hotel well in advance and make reservations at those famous restaurants that
Five years ago we did a post on the best cheap hotel chains in the USA and for quite a while it was one of our most popular posts. It’s understandable that people want some kind of shortcut when choosing between
After you’re done visiting the Alamo, then what? Texas was once part of Mexico, it had a major port, and for a little while it was an independent nation. Texas history is convoluted, the area claimed at some point by France,
I posted a while back about the Tampa Bay CityPASS and what a great value it is. Apparently a little too good because prices went up on March 1, 2017. The rates are also going up in Houston, Dallas, Chicago, and
You know what it means when an eclectic headline like that pops up: time for a new issue of Perceptive Travel! This time we spin the globe and land in Texas, Portugal, and Laos. We welcome two new writers this time.