The next morning, as we walked to Bourbon Street, we could see the remnants of Mardi Gras with beads hanging all over the street lights and structures holding the street lights. Then on to Bourbon Street for beignets for breakfast. Why not? lol
One thing that had changed since being on this ship two weeks ago, was the entertainment at the Pig And Whistle. What a great change. Derrick entertained us almost every night with his Kamakazee Kareoke. He had us singing, laughing, jumping up and down in our seats and at times, sitting with our mouths wide open in shock. But we Loved It. So to Derrick - thanks for the fun and may our paths cross again in the futre. Oh, and congrats for your upcoming nuptials.
Another unique event that RCCL VOS planned for this cruise was a "Top Tier" luncheon. They had a special lunch for the Diamond and higher passengers. A staff member sit at each table for a question and answering time. It was very impressive and we loved it.