Posts Tagged ‘ Mississippi River ’

Southern comfort

Nov 23rd, 2014 | By
Queen of Hearts

A trip to the southern most part of the sleepy American state of Louisiana, will warm any traveller’s heart writes Kaye Holland

The rhythms of offbeat Louisiana: hot music festivals, jazz brunches and wild weekends

Jul 7th, 2013 | By

Louisiana is becoming known across the globe as the birthplace of jazz and one of the best places for nightlife in the US. With the arrival of the festival season, now is the ideal time to add musical itineraries onto the holiday calendar. From the Cajun French Music Festival, to the Satchmo SummerFest, here is a taster of the season’s fresh Louisiana sounds…

Fort Worth is worth knowing

Jul 3rd, 2013 | By

Thanks to the famous TV show, most travellers to Texas make a beeline for Dallas with its bright lights, big hair and shiny cars. But when you’ve ‘done Dallas’ (or no longer care who shot JR) wander a mere 30 miles west to Fort Worth

Big Easy pickings

Aug 8th, 2012 | By

Chef Michael Sichel of the 107 year old James Beard award winning restaurant, Galatoire’s, reveals why nothing – not even a hurricane or BP oil spill – will stop the music in New Orleans