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Where to eat and drink at DFW

Dallas-Fort Worth is full of good places to eat, and its airport is no different. While it’s primarily stocked with the barbecue joints that the Lone Star State is so famous for, even the pickiest of eaters won’t go hungry waiting on a flight here (although vegetarians and vegans might find it a little harder than most). Pull on your stretchy pants and get ready for your flight. These are the best places to eat and drink in every terminal at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Term...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Mexico City, New Orleans, Dallas, Mediterranean, All, Lone Star State, DFW, Dallas-Fort Worth, Tex Mex, DFW Airport, Margarita, Paloma, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Cantina Laredo


Fun & Funky Restaurants in Brooklyn for Various Cuisines

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - Many people might think Manhattan is the hub of New York’s foodie culture, but the diversity of Brooklyn has increasingly made it a hotspot for NYC foodies. With independently-owned restaurants, young rising chefs, and something for just about every cuisine, Brooklyn is a great place to eat—breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and dessert! The thing about all these Brooklyn restaurants, though, is there is always a ne...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, Usa, New York, Texas, NYC, Usda, Taiwan, Canada, Atlantic, Brooklyn, Italy, Mexico City, New Orleans, Manhattan


The best places for wine trip

Wine vacations aren’t nearly as bougie or costly as they sound. Today, you can find wine around the world that tastes good and is affordable — especially when you go to the winery itself. It doesn’t hurt that literally every state in the nation has a wine region now, so there’s plenty to choose from. Napa can get by on its name, everyone else has to vie for wine tourism dollars in other ways. This makes you, the wine-drinking tourist, the winner, as everywhere from British Columbia to South A...
Tags: Travel, Apple, New York, California, US, Spain, Chile, Dundee, New Orleans, Lodi, Silicon Valley, South America, San Jose, Vineyards, Wine, Napa


Choice Hotels Wins Prestigious Technology Visionary Award

Building on its eight decades of innovation, Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH) was named a Hotel Visionary Award winner by Hospitality Technology in the Enterprise Innovator category for the creation of choiceEDGE, a proprietary, cloud-based global reservation system (GRS) and distribution platform. The award, which honors hotels that deliver enterprise solutions, was presented to Choice yesterday at HT-NEXT 2019 in New Orleans. HT-NEXT is produced by Hospitality Technology an...
Tags: Travel, New Orleans, Choice Hotels International Inc NYSE, CHH, Hospitality Technology


Travel: These 3 new restaurants make Las Vegas a winner for the budget conscious

Name a top-end dining trend this century and odds are it has found its way to a Las Vegas casino, served in a frou-frou designed room with $$$$ menus. That’s all well and good for high-rolling foodies, but for the rest of us, a different and welcome wrinkle has arrived: Vegas is becoming a beachhead for outposts of regional eateries that have blown up nationally by selling high-quality comfort food at low-to-moderate price points. While Las Vegas has had high-end restaurants for years, it ha...
Tags: Travel, Mississippi, California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Tennessee, New Orleans, Nashville, Las Vegas, MGM, South, Kogi, Southern California, Roy Choi, Tiffany


The Mercantile Hotel Celebrates ‘Suite’ Grand Reopening in New Orleans

Gulf Breeze, Fla. — April 9, 2019 — Innisfree Hotels, a hotel management, development and marketing company, has put the finishing touches on their renovation of The Mercantile Hotel in New Orleans' Arts/Warehouse District. The renovations transformed the lobby, adding a spacious craft cocktail bar, rotating art gallery, inviting social area for networking and relaxing, updated business center and a gift shop. Additionally, the unique, all-suites boutique Hotel has added new pops of color...
Tags: Travel, New Orleans, Innisfree, GULF BREEZE Fla, Mercantile Hotel


Newest airports in the United States

No nation loves to complain quite like the United States. Even though we’ve got people from all over the world trying to move here every day, we’ll still take to social media any chance we get to gripe about everything from slow pizza delivery drivers to overpriced coffee. But nobody gets the brunt of the complaints like airports. Travel abroad and you’ll find airports that feel like brand new shopping malls. Technological palaces with butterfly gardens, movie theaters, and outdoor meditation...
Tags: Travel, Airports, Congress, US, America, Joe Biden, United States, Mexico City, Delta, New Orleans, Miami, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Denver, United Airlines, Alaska Airlines


Beekeeper to Debut Shift Schedules at HT-NEXT in New Orleans

Next week Beekeeper will unveil a new mobile capability at HT-NEXT in New Orleans that will enable every hotel employee to check the most up-to-date work schedules personalized to them and delivered straight to their pocket via Beekeeper.
Tags: Travel, New Orleans


25+ of the Best State Parks in the USA

While the National Parks of the USA are famous for awe-inspiring scenery, don’t overlook the country’s lesser-known State Parks. Catherine shares her picks for 25+ of the Best State Parks in the USA from coast to coast. If you want to experience the natural beauty of a country, heading to protected parks should be a priority. Often, the government prevents the development of these properties, allowing wildlife to thrive and supporting native plant species. In the United States, there are actua...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Usa, New York, Hollywood, Texas, Minnesota, California, Oregon, Virginia, New York City, US, America, Indiana, Mountain, Pennsylvania


Quore to Showcase its Award-Winning Housekeeping Management and Engineering Solutions at HT-NEXT in New Orleans

Quore, America's fastest-growing provider of workforce communication and engineering/housekeeping management technologies, will showcase its award-winning housekeeping, engineering and guest-relations solutions at HT-NEXT, to be held April 8 to 11 at the Hilton Riverside New Orleans. Produced by HTNG and Hospitality Technology magazine, the 2019 event will focus on "Authentic Innovation" to help hoteliers discover new solutions that will make a real difference in customer engagement, sati...
Tags: Travel, New Orleans, HTNG, Hospitality Technology, Quore America, Hilton Riverside New Orleans


dailypoint™ Advances As A 2019 HTNG TechOvation Award Semifinalist

Central data management platform, dailypoint™ has been named a semifinalist in HTNG's (Hospitality Technology Next Generation) 2019 TechOvation Award competition, which recognizes technology innovation in the hospitality industry. After two weeks of public voting and a judging panel of hospitality industry experts, dailypointTM was selected to move to the next round of competition.To be considered for the Techovation award, technology providers submitted a 90-second video to highlight how...
Tags: Travel, New Orleans, Munich Germany, Michael Toedt, Toedt, Selk Coll


Best music festivals this spring

Spring break season might be over, but spring is just getting into full swing. That means warmer weather, higher spirits, and, of course, drinking outside. To combine all three and ring in the season right, you need to figure out your spring music festival lineup. You probably know all about Coachella, Ultra, and the Governor’s Ball, but those behemoths of the concert scene aren’t always the best value, or the most fun — especially when it comes to actually securing tickets. From the Stagecoa...
Tags: Travel, Europe, UK, England, US, Spain, Barcelona, Brighton, New Orleans, Music Festivals, Las Vegas, Coachella, Louisiana, West Coast, Lyon, Edm Festivals


20 Fun and Interesting Things to Do in Los Angeles with Kids

LA is the second biggest city in the USA, and as a visitor it seems like there are endless things to do in Los Angeles with kids! Over the years we’ve been able to visit Los Angeles several times. Firstly solo, then as a couple, and now with our two daughters, Kalyra and Savannah. To be honest we weren’t initially big fans, and it’s taken a while for LA to grow on us. Sometimes you have to visit a place a second or third or even forth time before you can appreciate it. I think it’s because we c...
Tags: Travel, Usa, New York, Hollywood, Beyonce, California, Jay Z, La, New York City, US, Los Angeles, Chicago, Katy Perry, House, Connecticut, San Diego


Preferred Hotels & Resorts Launches I Prefer Members' Choice Awards

Preferred Hotels & Resorts - the world's largest independent hotel brand representing more than 750 distinctive hotels, resorts, and residences across 85 countries - today unveiled the winners of its first-ever I Prefer Members' Choice Awards. These new awards celebrate hotels worldwide that are best-of-the-best in delivering high quality standards and exceptional, personalized experiences to members of the brand's I Prefer Hotel Rewards program, as determined by votes collected from I Pr...
Tags: Travel, Singapore, New Orleans, Monteleone, Scotts, Pulitzer Amsterdam, Netherlands Royal Plaza


Best Places to Travel for Your 21 Birthday Celebration

Congratulations, you’re finally turning 21! Your 21st birthday is a milestone where you officially reach the legal drinking age. An occasion of this magnitude requires grand plans! It’s not surprising that most people want to live it up and celebrate their first boozy birthday in a memorable manner. And there is no better way to spend your big day than to go on a birthday getaway. Birthday trips offer unique memories and ensure that your birthday celebrations last longer than one day. Espec...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Florida, Hollywood, La, America, Barcelona, San Diego, New Orleans, Sony Pictures, Cuba, Mediterranean, Santa Monica, Napa Valley, Napa River, Duval Street


Former churches turned into bars

Historic churches are already some of the most gorgeous structures in the world. Recently, a select few have been turned into something even more beautiful — bars. Don’t worry, it’s not sacrilegious. These churches have been deconsecrated, so they’re simply regular buildings with stunning architectural designs at this point. The conversion is a win-win for both the churches and the bars. Official estimates list the number of church closures at around 4,000 a year, and new tenets are keeping ...
Tags: Travel, UK, England, Church, US, New Orleans, Dublin, Denver, Pittsburgh, All, Gulf, Cincinnati, Taft, DUBLIN Ireland, Cincinnati Ohio, Nellie


Best doughnuts from around the world

Food isn’t, and never has been, limited by borders or boundaries. The things we eat travel as we do, flying across oceans and into the cultures and diets of their new homes, adapting along the way. But there may be no single food item that’s made its way into every corner of the world quite like the doughnut. Fried dough has been consumed for long enough to be found as fossilized pieces at ancient Native American sites. These days, it’s everywhere in one variation or another. In fact, forms o...
Tags: Travel, Japan, California, Mexico, France, Germany, New York City, US, Spain, Canada, Ireland, Nepal, Italy, New Orleans, North America, Latin America


Week 15: Viva Las Vegas Baby!

We weren’t intending on visiting Vegas on our America Unplugged road trip. Our intention on  this trip is to go beyond the main tourist destinations that everyone knows, and strangely, wants to visit. But, since we were close by, and our Australian readers insist on incorporating Vegas into their travel plans, we decided why not? I wasn’t expecting to have a great time – I mean how long can you spend looking at casinos before you get bored? But, I arrived intending to have a great time and see V...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Facebook, Utah, Usa, Instagram, US, America, Chicago, Paris, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Zappos, Tripadvisor, St George, MGM


Week 14: Relaxing at Stunning Lake Mead, Nevada

This week was all about taking it slow and enjoying the stunning lakeside views and desert landscape from our campsite. I was happy to hear the coyotes howl at night as we sat around the campfire – finally a place we can have one again. Lake Mead RV Village I had time to set up a new homeschooling routine for the girls, catch up on work and exercise. We were able to use this time also to run a few errands – put Kalyra’s broken camera into Best Buy for repair. Thankfully I bought the protecti...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Utah, Usa, Instagram, US, San Francisco, Facebook Messenger, Chromebook, Arizona, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Nevada, Hoover, Vegas, Family Travel


Best spring break trips in the US

You don’t have to do five-story beer bongs off a beachfront balcony to have a great spring break. Though let’s be honest, it’s a better story if you do. The annual respite from school and work that runs from the beginning of March to mid-April is one of the great American traditions, where college kids create memories they won’t remember, and families finally have time for some peace and quiet. Even if you can’t afford a week of debauchery in Mexico or a family jaunt to Europe, each state has...
Tags: All, Spring Break, Spring Break Destinations, Spring Break Travel


Best late night bars in Manhattan

New York City is known as the city that never sleeps for a reason. If you want Chinese food at 2:00 AM, there’s something open. If you’ve got insomnia and need sweets to munch on while you watch TV, there’s something open. If you need a bottle of wine to celebrate some fortuitous occurrence at 3:30 AM, you’re more than covered. Any kind of establishment you can think of will have at least one place open that caters to your needs. It’s something locals take for granted, and when we travel else...
Tags: Travel, New York City, Bars, Joan Rivers, New Orleans, Manhattan, Harry Potter, Las Vegas, All, Miller High Life, New York Ny, Lower East Side, St Mark, Doc Holliday, Broadway New York NY, New York City bars


Weekly Roundup, Friday 8 March 2019

An Avro Lancaster and a Boeing B-17. See item below. Good morningHappy International Women’s Day.I’ve been struggling this week to write a review on what, in the opinion of many main stream media reviewers, have now become the very best set of noise cancelling headphones out there.  As longer time readers know, I’ve been reviewing noise cancelling headphones pretty much right since Day One, way back in 2001.During that time, I’ve reviewed the original Bose Quiet Comfort, and then just about ever...
Tags: Travel, Google, UK, Science, London, China, Miscellaneous, US, Newsletter, David, Canada, Britain, New Zealand, Sony, New Orleans, Las Vegas


Mardi Gras in Mobile, Alabama

Any mention of Mardi Gras in the US usually makes people think of New Orleans. While the Big Easy has the biggest and most famous Mardi Gras party, the first official Mardi Gras in the US actually took place in Mobile, Alabama, in 1703. Mobilians are proud of being the location for America’s first Mardi Gras. So much so that the state tourism board put up a billboard outside of New Orleans stating in all caps, “You are 114 miles from America’s original Mardi Gras.” And while the wasted horde...
Tags: Travel, US, Alabama, America, New York Times, New Orleans, Louisiana, Jack, All, Mardi Gras, Big Easy, Mobile Alabama, Chattanooga Bakery, Joe Cain, New Orleans Mobile, Joseph Stillwell Cain


The Icelandair Experience

Iceland has been on my shortlist of destinations to visit. It is one of the mystical places in this world to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights, if you’re fortunate enough to have clear skies and recent solar flare activity. I had been itching to see the lights, and when a great travel deal came through my inbox, I moved things around my schedule and booked a flight that would fit within my limited time frame. While the deals were enticing, getting from Louisiana to Iceland still presented s...
Tags: Travel, US, New Orleans, Tsa, Louisiana, Iceland, Jfk, Jetblue, Luxury Travel, Adventure Travel, Reykjavik, Budget Travel, Destinations, Travel Deals, Romantic Getaways, Keflavík International Airport


6 American Cities I Think You Should Visit This Spring

Somehow it’s already March; a fact that still puzzles me to be honest. However, this is when people are planning their trips for the year or that quick getaway this spring. Since I’ve done a lot of US exploring in recent years, I thought I’d share some of my favorite places around the country that are fantastic to visit, no matter the time of year really. Washington, DC I have to start with my hometown for a variety of reasons. This is one of the few seasons when the temperatures aren’t too ext...
Tags: Travel, New York, Mexico, US, America, San Francisco, Washington Dc, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Starbucks, Seattle, Detroit, Santa Fe, Denver, Pacific Northwest, Destinations


Traditional Mardi Gras foods

Mardi Gras, Carnaval , Fat Tuesday — whatever you call it, the day before Ash Wednesday and the start of Lent is a time of eating and drinking in excess. Religious or not, people who attend Mardi Gras parties see levels of consumption matched only by holidays like Thanksgiving, only a much, much rowdier Thanksgiving. Mardi Gras is French for Fat Tuesday (the 47th day before Easter), but the total season is longer than just one day. The season technically starts on January 6, the Christian holi...
Tags: Travel, England, Sweden, Mexico, France, Germany, Russia, Berlin, US, Spain, Ukraine, Austria, Canada, Italy, Middle East, New Orleans


Best bridges in the United States

Bridges seem to captivate people more than any other structures, not only as engineering marvels that connect previously separated areas but also as local icons that become unmistakable parts of a city. They’re places to relax, places to hone your photography skills, and sometimes places to beat your head against the steering wheel when stuck in traffic. But they always bring a sense of wonder and a little bit of closeness to the water. So it’s no wonder that bridges are among the most photog...
Tags: All, Bridge, Bridges, Iconic Bridges, Prettiest Bridges, US bridges


Best places for beignets in NOLA

New Orleans’ most famous dessert, the beignet, is simply fried dough covered in powdered sugar, but it’s simplicity belies its appeal. The beignet is the official state doughnut of Louisiana — yes, Louisiana has a state doughnut — and is often served alongside cafe au lait, which is French for coffee with milk. The French connection, like so many things in Louisiana, goes back to the French settlers who moved from the Canadian region of Acadia in the 17th century. One of the food traditions t...
Tags: Travel, New Orleans, Louisiana, All, Mississippi River, Luca, Acadia, Cohn, Irish Channel, Loretta, Decatur St, Cafe Du Monde, Du Monde, Charles Ave, New Orleans Food, Du Monde Facebook


Twelve Empty Supertankers Reveal Truths About Today's Oil Market - Bloomberg

Twelve Empty Supertankers Reveal Truths About Today's Oil Market - Bloomberg:They are slowly plowing their way across thousands of miles of ocean toward America’s Gulf of Mexico coastline. As they do, twelve empty supertankers are also revealing a few truths about today’s global oil market.In normal times, the vessels would be filled with heavy, high sulfur Middle East oil for delivery to refineries in places like Houston or New Orleans. Not now though. They are sailing cargo-less, a practice th...
Tags: Travel, Asia, America, South Africa, Middle East, New Orleans, Houston, Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic Ocean, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


The best king cakes in Louisiana

It’s not Carnival season in Louisiana without king cake. The sweet dessert is filled with a cinnamon-sugar dough, and the outside is layered with purple, green, and gold icing — the traditional colors of Mardi Gras. Inside every cake is a plastic baby, which is a symbol of luck and prosperity (although whoever gets the slice with the baby has to provide the cake for the next year). Today, you can find king cakes pretty much anywhere in the US from Epiphany in early January up to Mardi Gras in...
Tags: Travel, US, New Orleans, Louisiana, All, Mardi Gras, McKenzie, Metairie, Shreveport, Mumbai India, Acadiana, Sucre, Randazzo, Carnival Cruise Lines, Harahan Louisiana, SLIDELL LOUISIANA



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