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... it was founded when gay patrons felt unwelcome in the original Lafitte's bar and decided to snub them. Good for them!
We took a 3.5 hour evening tour which included some potent drinks along the attractions visited so we were well oiled by the time we called it a day at our usual tame hour of 9:00pm.
Our tour visited Algiers Point across the Mississippi and had a drink at a local friendly bar called "Old Point Bar" where over ...
... way. Otherwise just relaxing a reading. That is what Marge and I enjoy the quiet time on the ship.
And even on this ship there are quiet places. I say that because this particular cruise seems to live up to Carnival's Party Ship fame than others I have been on. Some one noted yesterday it was a party ship that they took twice a year. ...
... with a host of mediterranean goodies was delicious. Jock seemed to be really enjoying it so I left him to it and I concentrated on my cheese, crackers and pickles board. All that I was really missing was NZ green lipped mussels, and a big smile from my beautiful daughter, Rebecca saying there you go Dad! It's funny how familiar tastes and sensations can ground you in a foreign place. Yes you need to eat local food and cuisine, and experience the culture and do as ...
... leave. Milton then takes us back to Frenchman Street even though he didn't have to- top bloke! Paul is a very happy camper.
Back on Frenchman, which is the local's Bourbon St, we seek out some lunch. We find the French Market and Paul buys a hat (first casualty of the trip was Paul's hat which he left in the car at the Vegas airport). We also get some delicious crawfish etouffee- yum! The food here is amazing and I am totally loving it. An etouffee is a kind ...
... well as lots of ducks. Got really close to a Giraffe - had to step back to get it all in with my wide angle lens on. The girls reckoned I'd taken enough photos and hustled me out at 3.30 without seeing the reptiles or the seals.
We were looking for somewhere for Marie to get her nails done but the Mall where Joeleen took us didn't seem t o have a nail shop so we went looking for somewhere to eat instead. We ended up at ...