Next to her wedding day, one of the bride-to-be’s best and most memorable moments will be her bachelorette party. There are partiers, beach bums and a variety of bachelorettes, but this list is for foodies who want authentic cuisine and a good time. The three cities below are an excellent start for any foodies and her party.
Bachelorettes can take a food tour in the various sections of the city to have the best gastronomic experience. These food tours promise an authentic experience of the wide variety of cuisine available in New Orleans and not the touristy spots. While in NOLA, you’ll be exposed to real soul food, seafood, French and Cajun cuisines, Louisianan and Southern cuisines. You can try anything from jambalaya, beignets, gumbo and fried chicken to kings cake, crabs and praline. There are a variety of karaoke bars and clubs where you can get to enjoy a full day and night out on the town while getting accustomed to the NOLA way of life.
Nashville is known for being a music town, so while you can enjoy a bachelorette party with good music, you can also experience the cuisine in the area, from the vast breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner selection. Enjoy local favorites such as meatloaf, fried pickles, catfish, brisket, mac and cheese and collard greens. Also, barbecue and country fried steak will never do you wrong.
Charleston is a down to earth city for delicious Southern food. You can head find local favorites such as biscuits and gravy, or eat shrimp and grits while soaking up the sun. The locals gravitate toward FIG for dinner to enjoy an upscale meal. The best restaurants in the city will take you on a journey and have you craving Southern and soul food for the rest of your life.
Roller coaster enthusiasts already know America offers a number of exciting thrill rides, and the car rental experts at StressFreeCarRental.com created a map of the roller coasters with the biggest drops across the country to make it even easier to map out a journey of adrenaline.
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Dia de los Muertos is celebrated Nov. 1, to honor and celebrate remembered friends and family who have passed. Observers of this holiday create ofrendas, or altars, containing beverages, food, photos and memorabilia of the departed. For adults, offerings of tequila are placed upon graves as a salute to their time on earth. Give a toast to the continuation of life with these tequila offerings.
My mom and I recently dined at Mazi, a Greek restaurant in West Reading, Pennsylvania. We were in town for a family event and decided to take advantage of the lovely early fall evening by enjoying dinner outside. The restaurant is popular, so we called right when they opened to make a last-minute reservation. Thankfully, they had availability for outdoor seating.
The Greek tradition of health and wellness runs deep; travelers can find a multitude of therapies to meet their wellbeing needs, from healing spas, herbal therapies, hypnotherapy, massages and more. In Greece, the approach to wellness focuses on the “whole” and the ways in which the mind, body and soul interact. A state of balance is achieved through a good relationship between the emotional and natural state, which can be found throughout Greece at its more than 800 medicinal spas.
It’s time to say goodbye to summer clothes activities and drinks. Switch out your favorite summer sips for delicious fall-themed cocktails from hotels and resorts around the world. Whether you like vodka, rum or bourbon, there is a cocktail just for you.