The Blue Porch Bed And Breakfast
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... eating hot dogs from a street vendor. So, we took a taxi from the pier to our subway stop. When we got out of the taxi, we noticed this really cool area with about twenty food vendors set up under tents and low hanging lights. It was so neat! There was Thai, Cuban, sushi, cannolis, homemade ice cream desserts, tacos, kabobs, and much more. We loved walking through the area and watching the vendors cook their specialties. Though everything looked and ...
... stepped in with his 'smart' phone GPS and guided the driver to the Cruise Port in Manhattan.
When had very little wait getting checked in and on the ship. We went to the Lido to grab a little lunch before our room was ready. We had a very spacious oceanview 1393. Our room stewart, Esperenza, was very friendly and nice.
That evening having dinner with Marshall and Cassie was ...
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