I'm thankful to live in a day when my phone AND a camera are always in my pocket.
The picture doesn't quite do it justice. I commented on how big the ship was, and Frank said, "It's the biggest." I should have asked for clarification about that.
We ran back to the car, and couldn't leave because you have to pay CASH for parking, and we had none. The lady wouldn't let us do a U-turn... she made the line of cars behind us back up (including a hummer limo), and we got to do the back up plus 3-point-turn of shaaaaaame. We had to go park again so we could go to an ATM. Awesome. Does this mean we pay more for parking? Heck no. Let's find something to buy to get our parking validated. We were planning on going to dinner somewhere anyway. We found a sushi place... no debit cards accepted! So we asked where the nearest ATM was, which we needed anyway.
WELL, not far from the ATM was MK Hawaii (I think?), a classic rock cover band playing Journey songs! But wait... the band members were three 11-17 year old Japanese sisters! (plus a 20 year old bassist, and 21 year old drummer [the only male member]). They were AMAZING!! We listened til the end of their set (just 3 songs, unfortunately), met their dad, brother, and grandparents, and had a great time. THEN we went back to the sushi place. THEN we went back to the parking lot. THEN we got out!
Listen to the last ten seconds. The rocking out at the beginning was great live, not so great via cell phone video.
Don't stop believin.From there, we went to Leonard's bakery, where I got a chocolate filled malasada. YUM. They also had cinnamon bread for $2 a loaf. YES, PLEASE. We bought two. I've been eating it with Nuttella. Whoa. Yum. We went home with our sushi and baked goods and watched the A-Team, which is a great movie. Totally ridiculous and unrealistic action with a lot of laughs. Loved it.
Fun, fun, fun date night! And my date was lookin SO hot. Wow.