Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Travelers Guide : Where to go, stay, and see in New Orleans, LA + Mobile, AL

Hey everyone!

So today I am doing something a little different from what I normally post on here. I really wanted to start sharing my travels with you guys and also share some of my favorite places that you just have to see when your traveling. Now I think I want to make this into a little series, where I will share all of my travels with you guys right after I go somewhere new. If you like this idea be sure to comment below and let me know if you want me to continue this series! Today we are spotlighting two cities. New Orleans, Louisiana and Mobile, Alabama. Two cities that I just adventured in last week.

Mobile, Alabama





First thing to do in Mobile -

Discover the city! Mobile is one of those beautiful old school southern cities that has amazing architecture, with sky scrapers intertwined with old beautiful buildings.

Key Places to see -

St. Joseph street ( the main stretch of down town )

Bienville Park Off of Dauphin street ( Beautiful park with very picturesque fountain )


Where to stay :

So I stayed right downtown at the

The hotel was dead center in the city and our room had a massive balcony with the greatest view. The hotel was practically brand new and I would highly recommend to anyone going to Mobile.

Where to eat -

The best place to eat when in town is at the Wintzell's Oyster House. This restaurant is a complete institution that has been in business since 1938 and has great food & atmosphere.

The second picture is at our hotel, breakfast with a view.

Third is spot of tea a cute little breakfast place in downtown

New Orleans, Louisiana

First thing to do -

Take a cab ride / trolley / drive through the French quarter - you can see a ton of landmarks like the French market, café Du Monde, and Bourbon street all within a few blocks of each other

Key places to see -

New Orleans River Walk

Café Du Monde

Bourbon Street

Aquarium of the Americas

French Market

Jackson Square

The National WWII Museum

Garden District

The French Quarter

Central Grocery ( home of muffaletta )

The last shot gun houses off of Bourbon street

Above ground cemeteries

Via lobos rescue center



Where to stay -

I stayed at the Marriot in the warehouse district -

Beautiful hotel, we had a huge two bedroom suite with a kitchen and dinning / room. This hotel is really unique because its actually a old converted warehouse, located right by the cruise terminal and convention center.

Where to eat -

Café Du Monde - Beignets and Coffee

800 Decatur Street 70116 New Orleans
(504) 525-4544

Café Madeline - French café / Garden District
601 S. Carrollton Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 861-8662



Camellia Grill - All American - Garden District / Uptown

626 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA 70118 ·
West Carrollton
(504) 309-2679 ·
Hope you all enjoyed this simple little travel guide! Let me know in the comments if you'd be interested in seeing one of these for more trips ( ill be traveling a lot in the upcoming months ) xoxo
-Love Savvy

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