|View looking southwest|
Transportation to the wedding was by Uber, my first Uber experience and it was wonderful. We got an Uber XL so all six of us could go together. Much better than a taxi. Actually it is what taxis should be. The taxi drivers should stop complaining and clean up their act.
Of course we had drama at the wedding. What wedding would be complete without it? The caterers had been running on Cuban time and the venue wasn't set up at the appointed hour. Everyone waited around the lobby of the building until they could get it sort of ready for us. The bride was pissed and throwing a temper tantrum. Of course, the delay did accommodate those guests who were also running on Cuban time. The ceremony was short which was perfect because we couldn't understand the officiant in any language. I actually understood more of his Spanish than English but some of us also thought maybe he was speaking Italian. We guess they are officially married.
Then the reception! The drinks flowed, the food was fabulous (although they get a fail on the passed hors d'oeuvres as there were too few, they were all on sticks, and they were generally weird) and the DANCING! The DJ was great and everyone danced all night long. Old people, young people, little kids loved the dancing. One very nice touch was that surrounding the large dance floor were sofas so that the old people could rest or just sit on the sofas and still be part of the dancing and at the end of the evening all the children were asleep on the sofas. A great touch for both the young and old.
The next day we had to continue to stoke up on Cuban food so we went to lunch at a local Cuban restaurant with some family. This is a picture of my kids, kids partners, a great-niece and her fiance.
|my children are top and bottom center|