New Orleans Celebration Man-cation in Pictures

DSC00058The DNC New Orleans Celebration Trip went perfectly this past weekend.

Walking around the Big Easy was blast. A few of us went all around the French Quarter from the art district to the French market and back.The city is a clash of so many different cultures. Definitely unlike any other metropolitan center I’ve ever visited. New Orleans truly has a character of its own.

While there, the man-cationers got to sample some delicious authentic Cajun food at Felix’s Restaurant & Oyster and Johnny’s Po’Boy while staying downtown. Sunday, on the way out, we ate at three different places uptown, simultaneously. My group decided on El Salvadorean breakfast at La Macarena Pupuseria. The others had Camellia Grill‎ and Hana Sushi. All delicious I’m sure.

And the drinks… OMG the drinks. Did you knew bars in New Orleans close, well…. never!? We went all over the quarter from college clubs to the balcony bars. We even got to see some new matrix moves at the cabaret and somehow also ended up at some S&M-themed maze of a bar called the Dungeon. No more pictures were allowed in there and for good reason, as their signatures included Everclear-filled cherries.

Unfortunately, that’s as much of the story as I’m a part of. I snuck back to the Hilton Riverside early while the ninjas, sans myself, managed to party it up until after the sun came up on Sunday morning.

Pictures from the 2009 NOLA Trip on Picasa.

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