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... than satisfied. We were at sea for about another hour until they served us some desert. They had options between chocolate cake, cookies and ice cream. I decided that I would like to have some chocolate cake, and I ended up getting the last piece. 15 minutes out the sea started to get very rough and it became very uncomfortable for all of us on board, but we were all thankful it was only the last 15 minutes.
... a family of mobsters. Let's just say most of it was over my head because frankly, I'd only ever watched 10 minutes of it here and there. We went to the ice cream parlour where the last scene of the last episode was filmed, Holsten's. And then I found out why Mike really wanted to go on the tour (not really)... We went to a frequently filmed location from The Sopranos, The Bada Bing, in reality called Satin Dolls. My first experience in such an ...
... the consulate (or so they say). Instead, you must go through a company called Crooks Makes Kings. Excuse me; that was a Freudian slip. The company is called Cocks and Kings Global Services, or CKGS to their legions of rage-filled customers, who now know far more about Indian visas than they ever cared to (and despite this knowledge, still lack visas, but I digress).
CKGS is the sole and official company designated by the Indian government to broker visas for U.S. ...
Today we did some more wandering around the City, Mim did some shopping on 5th Avenue. New shoes for the Wedding, we then walked through Hell's Kitchen.
It was interesting to just wander around and look at all that was going on, apparently, if you have a car in front of you have to honk the horn, the more often the more you are correct.
We are ...
... their arms. I wonder if they got to sleep on the battleship or the submarine? Very cool night out. A large ship was docked at the cruise terminal, so big it was hard to tell where the ship ended and the terminal started. It had some sort of a water park/playground on top, complete with slides. Got some photos and headed back up 47th St. Fortunately, the Sullivan St Bakery was open and I bought a vanilla creme bomboloni to keep me going until ...
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