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Getting the start with some appetizers.

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We took the Metro North Railroad train from Grand Central, after a longer than expected walk from our hotel. We had about a 35 minute or so train ride, and Seth was out the entire time. 

Seth Waiting For his Nap...Er, Train

Seth Waiting For his Nap…Er, Train

My dad picked us up from the train station in White Plains, and drove us to my home. Seth enjoyed the quiet of the Connecticut landscape. Highlights of the dinner included:

Seth meets the parents!

Seth meets the parents!

  • Many appetizers. Shrimp, caviar, veal tongue, red caviar in a crepe.

Getting the start with some appetizers.

Getting the start with some appetizers.

  • The appetizers made us somewhat full even before dinner.

Dinner At The Meltsers - 2

Dinner!

 

  • Dinner included beef, an odd Russian salad, potatoes, and this weird beats thing that my mom makes. You couldn’t pay me enough money to eat it, but Seth somehow liked it.
  • The conversation was lively, with Seth asking about my parents growing up in the Soviet Union, and how they decided to leave and go to the United States.

Talking about living in the Soviet Union.

Talking about living in the Soviet Union.

  • Seth enjoyed the veal tongue.
  • The most entertaining part of the dinner was Seth giving stories about his childhood and all of the escapades that his father was involved in.
    Seth chatting up dad about living in the Soviet Union

    Seth and the parents talking.

  • Dessert was Italian gelato. It was TREMENDOUS.
  • Since we were running late for the train, we were dropped off in the Bronx, and took the subway back to our hotel. A quiet and uneventful ride. We walked 12 very cold blocks back to the hotel. Seth revealed on Tuesday that he wanted to stop into a store just to warm up.
  • All in all, a good time was had by all.

We took the Metro North Railroad train from Grand Central, after a longer than expected walk from our hotel. We had about a 35 minute or so train ride, and Seth was out the entire time. 

 

My dad picked us up from the train station in White Plains, and drove us to my home. Seth enjoyed the quiet of the Connecticut landscape. Highlights of the dinner included:

 

  • many appetizers. Shrimp, caviar, veal tongue, red caviar in a crepe
  • The appetizers made us somewhat full even before dinner
  • Dinner included beef, an odd Russian salad, potatoes, and this weird beats thing that my mom makes. You couldn’t pay me enough money to eat it, but Seth somehow liked it
  • The conversation was lively, with Seth asking about my parents growing up in the Soviet Union, and how they decided to leave and go to the United States
  • Seth enjoyed the veal tongue
  • The most entertaining part of the dinner was Seth giving stories about his childhood and all of the escapades that his father was involved in
  • Dessert was Italian gelato. It was TREMENDOUS
  • Since we were running late for the train, we were dropped off in the Bronx, and took the subway back to our hotel. A quiet and uneventful ride. We walked 12 very cold blocks back to the hotel. Seth revealed on Tuesday that he wanted to stop into a store just to warm up.
  • All in all, a good time was had by all

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