Still on cloud 9 from meeting Ricky Martin (Did you hear I met him? Sorry, I had to...right?), Saturday we boarded a dinner cruise. It was a last minute trip decision. We purchased tickets the night before the trip. I had found a cruise with dinner, dancing, and that hit some major landmarks; including the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, and New York Skyline.
If you remember anything about these blog posts, remember this:
If you go to NYC:
1. GO ON A DINNER CRUISE!
2. SKIP THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING....GO TO THE TOP OF THE ROCK INSTEAD!
You got it?
This is important.
Do you need me to repeat? Dinner Cruise. Top of the Rock.
So the dinner cruise...
So. MUCH. FuN!
We boarded in Chelsea at 7pm. We rushed to get there in time, but we made it there and got our seats.
|Bec, Me, Hilz, Katie, and Krick|
|Sisters in Charge|
Me, Hilz, and Krick
|View inside the ship.|
|Buffet. Which was actually REALLY good.|
Cheesecake and Chocolate Mousse
|Bec, Hilz, and Me|
|How often do you get a view like that?|
When it was Rachel's turn, she sang "Born This Way" for which us girls hopped onto the dance floor. Up until that point NO ONE was dancing. NO. ONE.
The DJ got out a feather boa and Rachel gave it to me:
I was dancing around. Shimmying. You know...the boa usual.
At this point, the "French Man" entered the seen...
After the song we left the dance floor. Us four (Katie doesn't dance...[shaking head]) weren't going to stick around with the French dude. Rather, we decided to go take in the view on the deck.
|Bec, Krick, Katie, Me, and Hilz|
|Me and Hilz|
(sorry, Hilz, for the hair in the face)
|Bec, Me, Hilz, and Krick|
|Bec and Me (with crazy hair again)|
Once we got hot, we went outside again. Perfect timing because we were just hitting the Brooklyn Bridge:
Then we turned back and stopped at the Statue of Liberty:
The night ended with more dancing and a beautiful view of the evening skyline. Have I told you how much I love this city? Because I really, REALLY do.