Top 3 Tuesday: 3 U.S. Cities
1. New Orleans, Louisiana
A southern city that is known for having great culture and incredible food? I don’t know if that’s the description of New Orleans or heaven. I envision myself taking a three day trip to New Orleans and doing nothing but eat for three straight days. Between the seafood, southern, cajun, and creole cuisine, I’d probably need to wear elastic pants to be able to get around. It would also be thrilling to experience the nightlife of the French Quarter and Bourbon Street and take in some of the rich history of New Orleans. I’m ready to laissez les bons temps rouler!
2. Austin, Texas
We have friends who live in Austin and we’ve been trying to figure out a time to visit them over the past few months but it’s hard to do that when airline tickets cost about $5,000,000! Austin looks like an incredible city with an awesome mix of great music, outdoor activities and unique food. It also looks like spring in Austin features some amazing weather. Like this weekend when the weather is expected to be sunny with temperatures in the mid-70’s. It’s also regularly regarded as one of the best BBQ cities in America. I write a blog that includes BBQ in the title! Sounds like a perfect fit to me.
3. Denver, Colorado
I live in the mountains of Virginia, but I’m thinking the mountains of Colorado would be quite different. Having only seen pictures of the Rocky Mountains and flown over them, I would love to have the opportunity to visit them in person and experience what it’s like to see a sunset or go hiking. I’d be willing to try skiing but I’d probably break at least three bones. Denver also seems like it would be a great place for watching professional sports. You could watch the Nuggets play basketball, Rockies play baseball, Avalanche play hockey, or the Broncos play football. I’ll take all of the above.
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