Chefchaouen, Morocco: Nestled at the foothills of the Rif Mountain range, Chefchaouen sits quietly. Its blue walls are bursting in color with powerful yet calming energy. As you snake through the city’s slender cobblestone walk streets, an aromatic musk fills the air. In your wandering, Berber men donning colorful floor-length djellabas make proud attempts to sell you their wares — camel hair rugs, jewelry, bags, wool clothing…it’s all here, and it’s beautiful.
Get inspired by great street art with this self guided walking tour of the Arts District in Los Angeles. This street art down is very close to downtown Los Angeles. It's easy, compact and you can get a beer afterword.
We felt obligated to at least give Bourbon Street a shot, but in reality we were simply getting it out of the way. What I wanted of Bourbon street, I found to be just a few blocks west in the Marigny. If you want to get an authentic New Orleans experience, skip Bourbon Street and head straight for Frenchman Street, and never look back.