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... even hung out with Farah and her family. Salsa dancing with Carlos was unforgettable. Colombian men are very passionate when they dance so this salsa experience was very different from what I was use to but I loved it. He was such a nice guy and Farrah is like a sister to me now. We spent so much time together after Tiff left to go back to the states. I will never forget them and I'm even considering going to visit her in Sacramento.
Eddie, the guy Tiff and I met while heading ...
... the skullcap. I asked one of the salesmen about the store which was started by a couple of Jews, forty years ago, so I guess they have kind of kept it exclusively for Jews although funnily enough all the cashiers were afro american women! Anyway I ended up finding a a viewfinder in theirs second hand department and saved about $50. They have this amazing system where once you are happy to purchase they box it up and send it on a conveyor system to a ...
We were severely ripped off by the dodgy Pakistani cabbie on the way to the 9/11 Memorial. Should have taken the subway which Debbie insist on calling the Metro which effectively confuse everyone around her.
Anyway, amazing Memorial. They have really done it really well. It is confronting. Hard not to hate anyone with a beard or in a burka or anyone with a beard in a burka! The last minute mobile phone calls ...
... but walking around hurt my feet.
Emily - I loved the scavenger hunt! I liked that it was an app - it was better than paper.
Clarissa - I really liked all the placed we went (Toys R' Us). Also, I liked all the Lego models. I think you guys should do this NYC trip next year! I really had a great time and I think the other girls loved it as much as I did :)
Jen - The scavenger hunt was really well done. I learned a lot about my hometown. Very ...
... it wrong it must be good. And it was. It also included 2 sides which were plenty large enough to share. We chose mushrooms and brussel sprouts. I am not a fan but Jym was thinking it was asparagus and was shocked when it wasn’t but they were still really good and that is saying a lot since I hate them usually. For desert we had the chocolate decadence I think it was called. Mmmmm.
After dinner we walked the 4 blocks to the Gershwin ...