Posts Tagged‘travel’

Important things to know when planning travel to the USA!

America is one of the world’s most sought after tourist destinations, but it is also one of the more challenging places to visit in the developed world. There are a variety of factors that may catch the unaware traveler by surprise, which can add unnecessary stress or even ruin a trip before it has had a chance to begin. In this article, we will discuss some important things to know when planning travel to the USA. 1) Apply for ESTA authorization prior to departure The United States of America is one of the more difficult countries in the world to…

Must Visit Foodie Cities

Must Visit Foodie Cities

Sometimes you need to get out of town to get the best eats. If you love good food and travel, make sure you check out these must visit foodies cities for the most tasty food in the world. New Orleans Louisiana’s largest city, New Orleans has long been one of America’s must visit foodie cities. New Orleans has a unique blend of French-creole, Cajun, Latin American, and southern “soul food.” These different varieties of cooking are combined with a plethora of delicious seafood given New Orleans geographic location. Some of New Orleans’ most iconic dishes include seafood Po’ Boy sandwiches, gumbo, and red…

Best Apps For Business

best apps for business

Got the latest smartphone in order to be at your most productive? Well, be sure you have the latest apps so you are getting the most out of you high tech device. Here are the best apps for business to ensure you are getting the most done on your digital device. Square This POS (Point of Sale) app first started showing up in hip boutique shops and food trucks. Square turned any smartphone or tablet into a full featured cash register allowing customers to pay quickly and easily with credit cards in establishments that had been previously cash only. Square…

3 Things Every Visitor to Rio Olympics Must Remember

Rio Olympics

Planning on traveling to Brazil for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games? Well, whether you are traveling in mind, body, or spirit; here are are 3 things every visitor to the Rio Olympics must remember. They Don’t Speak Spanish This is a newbie mistake for first time visitors to Brazil but one that should be avoided. Unlike nearly all other South American nations, the official language of Brazil is not Spanish but it is Portuguese. Brazil was a long-time Portuguese colony and in fact Rio de Janeiro was the Portuguese colonial capitol. The largest population of Portuguese speakers (by about 180 million)…