08. – 13.11.2019
Being a world-renowned city for its creole cuisine, it’s Southern houses, and the distinct music scene, I had to pay New Orleans a visit. I just loved walking the streets starring in awe at the French and Spanish Creole architecture in the French Quarter.
The most famous street in New Orleans is the Bourbon Street where you can find tons of bars and clubs. It is one of the very few places in the United States where it is allowed to drink alcohol in public. I’ll definitely have to come back here for Mardi Gras at some point in the future. 🙂
Fort Lauderdale is also called the “Venice of America” because of all the canals you can stroll along or discover by boat. Furthermore, there are beautiful beaches and the Las Olas Boulevard where everyone goes who wants to show off their expensive car. Oh, and don’t miss the new Hard Rock Hotel closeby – it even features a fantastic (and free) light show every night!
Miami is THE hipster place to be! Exclusive Bulgari, Versace, and Cartier stores for shopaholics in the Design District, colorful graffiti and cool bars in Wynwood, as well as Cuban art, lifestyle, and food in Calle Ocho. A very unique, diverse city!
Oh yeah, I did have a hell of a time in Miami Beach – and one of the craziest days of my travel so far! 🙂 I was hosted by Mack in his really cool apartment in a high rise building directly at the beach, offered a jet ski cruise by Gurchai, and invited to a party on his motorboat by Ly. It was an awesome day with delicious BBQ, a lot of booze, crazy lovely people, a bonfire on beer can island, and a sleepover at the beach. Of course, we had a fresh coconut from the palm tree for breakfast! 🙂
And when it was time to say goodbye, my new, very awesome friend Nicole took me to the airport and waved me off – hope to see you soon, girl! :-*