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Champagne, Cake & "Quiet Clubbing"

 After the wedding JoAnne had found us a restaurant nearby where we could all have lunch
 They gave us champagne for the table so we could toast the newlyweds

 After lunch everyone went in different directions, Scott, Deidre, Mark & Jeffery headed back home.  Popster, JoAnne, Jess & I went back to JoAnne's to change clothes
Popster was really under the weather so he got a pass to stay home with Peter while the girls headed out for Astoria to go to a party that Josh & Carol were having.
 It was at the Bohemian beer garden where Josh works.  We had to go to Queens which was no easy trip from where we were.  First we hopped back on the water taxi.  Then JoAnne said it was just a couple blocks to the subway.  After we walked for what seemed like forever through the rush hour crowd we finally got to the subway.  Of course we ended up on the wrong platform & had to run up & down stairs to get to the right one.  We made it & had to stand all the way to Astoria!
 Yeah we are finally there & it only took us 2 hours!
After carrying the cake all around NYC for the day they finally got to cut it

At least he didn't smear all over her face
Around ten the dj's came on for Quiet Clubbing.  There were 3 of them, one blue, one red & one green & each one played a different style of music.  You could rent a head set & then are able to switch to whatever you want to hear.  Everyone gets on the dance floor & are dancing to whatever they are hearing.  It's quite bizarre if you are not wearing a headset.  The nice part though is to be able to carry on a conversation without yelling.

We hung out there until around 12:30am & then took an uber back to the ferry.....we were not riding the subway that late at night.


  1. You are full of surprises, clubbing til the next day. SO glad the newly weds had fun, great way to get married forget all that nonsense. My brother was just a "witness" for some friends who have been together for 30 yrs after they went to the JP they had bacon sammies at a cafe caravan on the side of the road. THe photos were great and atmosphere amazing.


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