New Orleans is known for many things: nightlife, party atmosphere, incredible culinary scene and rich history, to name a few. Visit the dynamic city for less than $100 a day.
Start your day at a New Orleans institution, Mother’s Restaurant. Known for its “world-famous” baked ham, the cafeteria-style restaurant serves southern classics. Most entrées cost less than $10. Make your way to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. The museum boasts an impressive collection of Southern art. Admission costs $13.50.
Next, spend time exploring the French Quarter. It’s a perfect spot for people watching and window shopping. Have lunch at Coop’s Place. The dive-y bar and restaurant is known for its fried chicken. A platter comes with rabbit and sausage jambalaya and coleslaw for about $12. Coop’s adheres to a strict 21 and over policy. Satisfy your sweet tooth at Café Du Monde. The open-air café in the French Quarter is known for its beignets, fried dough covered in powdered sugar. An order of three is less than $4.
Stroll on Frenchman Street, known for its music clubs. If you get in early, many places don’t charge a cover. If you don’t mind waiting in line, head to the iconic Preservation Hall. The music venue offers tickets on a first-come, first-served basis for $20.
Grab a late-night po’boy from Verti Marte. The 24-hour deli is popular among tourists and locals. The large sandwiches cost about $10–13.
To see more of the city, book a walking tour with Free Tours By Foot. Ghost, voodoo and cemetery tours are among the most popular. If you can, please tip your guide.
American Samoa is part of a remote cluster of islands in the South Pacific. It offers a great alternative to more touristy places like Hawai’i, while still technically keeping you in the States. It should be on every traveler’s bucket list.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. With flights from the United States to Japan and all of Asia, it's the perfect airline to book your next trip with. From ANA's amazing in-flight food to its excellent customer service, it comes as no surprise ANA has been awarded five stars for its seventh consecutive year by the SKYTRAX World Airline Rating.
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Fans of the TV show Shark Tank may have seen an entrepreneur present a startup called Swimply, an app that allows users to rent time at a nearby private pool at someone’s home. A veritable Airbnb for pools, Swimply users form agreements with pool owners that involve renting out the pool, patio space and even bathrooms for an afternoon of fun in the sun when the pool isn’t being used by the owners.
Long lines are often the main reason travelers loathe spending time in airports, but with programs like Global Entry and TSA PreCheck, travelers can expedite their arrival and departure processes so long as they adhere to pre-authorization guidelines. But which program is beneficial for which reasons? Below is a comparison of the two to help you decide how they might benefit your next trip.