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The boat trip is just okay, nothing special. The buffet food is good and served buffet style. There is a live band on the top level was average. Quite frankly, it was quite boring compared to other riverboat trips that I have experienced!
Went during the day and had a blast. Food was okay and the kids liked it. Served buffet style and then you could sit wherever and enjoy the ride. A little pricey, but every big city is. I wouldn't take it at night( couldn't see...More
locals will tell you what to expect on any tour before you book it. As for as the food on the john james. if you would have asked a local they would have told you it is not a sit down dinner, you are going...More
Very disappointed bearing in mind it was $54 per person. We holidayed in New Orleans from England and was let down by the poor food which turned out to be a buffet rather than a sit-down meal which was what we expected. The band were...More
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