If you think of Kentucky, you’ll know all about Bourbon, the Derby and even Kentucky Fried Chicken. I bet you haven’t heard of Bardstown, voted America’s Most Beautiful Small Town. What did we think of our visit?
Conveniently located for both a business or pleasure traveller, the Fairfield Inn & Suites New Orleans Downtown/French Quarter Area is my top hotel tip for New Orleans. In the historic Interstate Electric Company building, a recent newcomer to the hotel scene, we loved our stay.
If you haven’t heard of Monument Valley, I can guarantee you’ve seen it in a movie or music video. Part of the Canyonlands of Utah, Monument Valley National Park is a must-see on your America bucket list.
When we found out we’d be in New Orleans 4th July, we were a bit nervous about what to expect. Would there be a Deep South welcome for us or would be stand out like a sore thumb on Independence Day? There was only one way to find out!
Not wanting to be traditional, we visited one of the worlds greatest ski resorts – Aspen – in July. We were blown away by how pretty this corner of Colorado is.