breakfast and then once the music started we didn't see him again until we left (2 hours later). The table behind us was a bachelorette party (at 8:30 A.M!) and they were having a good old time - did I mention they serve Mimosa's and Bloody Mary's. They brought bottles of champagne and orange juice directly to their table and let them mix their own. Marty and I didn't go out on the dance floor but my legs were sure tired from all the chair dancing I did! We left around 10:30 and there was still a line to get in, once people are inside it's hard to get them out.
Since it was only 10:30 when we left the Cafe we needed something else to do. I got out my trusty GPS App and looked up local attractions. We found the Acadian Cultural Center which is part of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. We arrived at 10:45 and it was a good thing because they closed at noon. It was a small museum all about Cajun history and culture. They show a movie every hour on the hour so we watched that - it gave us the history from about the 1600's to the present. The movie was good but the volume was too low maybe my ears hadn't adjusted from the loud music from the cafe. :)
On our way back to Abbeville we made our 2nd and probably last visit to Borden's. Chocolate malt for me and a strawberry shake for Marty. Tomorrow we will be leaving Betty's RV Park - those ten days went fast. We really got to see and do a lot while we were here - from A to Z - Accordians to Zydeco!