p/s...kotobian tadau tagazo do kaamatan.
ok...this never happen in new york, yet. but oh my god, this is nuts. people in new york will normally give you a nasty look when you accidently bump into them in the subway. however, in situation like this, man, would love to see all the faces of those people.
i finally uploaded the video to youtube of my visit to st. john the divine couple of weeks ago. refer to bike and church posting. this was my first attempt using the video feature in my camera. so, bear with me.
lincoln road is a popular pedestrian mall lined with shops, sidewalk cafes, bars, restaurants and galleries.
Ocean Drive is the easternmost street in South Beach, and stems from south of First to 15th Street, running in a north-south direction. Ocean Drive is responsible for the South Beach aesthetic that most out-of-town visitors expect. It is a popular Spring Break and tourist area, including the famous, yet predominantly local, Pearl and Nikki Beach night spots. It is also home to several prominent restaurants (including "News Cafe," "Mango's," and the MTV-popularized "Clevelander") and is the site of Gianni Versace's former ocean front mansion. The Carlyle Hotel on Ocean Drive near 13th Street is an iconic Art Deco landmark. Built in 1939, it is one of the most sought after settings for photo shoots, televised programming, Hollywood and independent film-making. It was the outside setting for the 1996 MGM film The Birdcage....wikipedia