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ANew Orleans: When is the best time to go to New Orleans?

I was going to suggest French Quarter Festival​ as well! It is in the spring and will be hot, but not as bad as later in the summer, perfect for sundresses and cold beers! All of the music at FQF is free as well, which is a great way to see some famous... See More

ANew Orleans: Favorite Things to do in New Orleans

Live music on Frenchmen Street, Food, and Mardi Gras Day (especially morning) in the quarter. See More

AFlorence: Student Hangouts in Florence

Florence is flooded with international students, especially Americans (I was one of them). You will find English speakers everywhere you go and the bars in Santa Croce are always busy. Many young locals are often annoyed with drunk American students and tend to keep to... See More

ATuscany: Transportation, wine tour, and hill town ideas

Siena is beautiful and there are many other gorgeous towns in the area, although I have never traveled the area by car. One of your days in Florence, check out the town of Fiesole​. You can take a 20 minute bus ride there from the city and it feels like... See More

AFlorence: Off the beaten path and most authentic Italian dinner in Florence?

Not for dinner, but check out Fiaschetteria Trattoria Mario at Via Rosina, 2 off the Mercato Centrale for lunch (only open for lunch, not sure the days). The always delicious menu changes every day and they seat you next to locals. I'd suggest going... See More

ARome: How expensive is Rome and Florence?

You could get a good pizza or pasta dish for average 7-13 euros at a restaurant, if you go further away from the main tourist piazzas the food will likely be better and cheaper (This goes for gelato,too!) You could grab-n-go paninis for as low as $4, but it really depends... See More

ANew Orleans: Breakfast in New Orleans?

Camellia Grill​ for amazing diner food any time of day or late night. Elizabeth's​ for a delicious breakfast in the Bywater, which is a cool area to check out. Ruby Slipper​ (multiple locations) Atchafalaya​... See More

QAustralia: Backpacker friendly jobs?

I have been working and living in Melbourne for 6 months on a working holiday visa. I would like to head north to sunshine and beaches next month (July) for at least 3 months. I'm having trouble choosing where to start after ending a trip in Brisbane (I'd prefer... See More

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