We started off our second day in New Orleans by getting some brunch.
This omelet was incredible, it had shrimp in it, and I can't remember what else. I also made it a point to get grits and a biscuit whenever possible while we were in the south. You just can't find the same quality up north when it comes to grits and biscuits.
We hopped on the trolley car and stopped in to Harrah's Casino. I spent all my gambling money on this machine.
This is me standing at the door of what is supposedly the most haunted house in the French Quarter.
Here is the street view of the house. If you'd like to read the story of why this house is so haunted, you can check it out here and read the story about the LaLaurie House.
Love that French Quarter architecture!
Hi-tech security in the French Quarter...
M stands for Mike, incase you didn't already know ;)
Bar Tonique for some refreshment.
The interior of the bar was small, but the decor was awesome.
Couldn't put my vodka tonic down long enough to tak a picture.
Heather and I laughing about something.
After Bar Tonique, it was time to hit up the main even of the day:
The Gay Easter Parade in the French Quarter.