We stood there and waited, saw her across the street and remembered her warning that if police show up, we don't know her and she doesn't know us. We worked out their system, they had two look outs, one found people, one kept lookout, the finder brought the “menu” and a third did the exchange while the other two looked out. We left Chinatown for the subway and made it back in time to get ready for the play. I just showered and tried to iron my clothes again, but I was low on time so I just put them on. I wore my watch hoping to find a place that could adjust the band to fit me but I already have that taken care of. I figured out how to do it a couple days after I got home from the trip. Anyway, we walked down the street and around the corner to this nice place where we ate dinner. This place was either two or three stories tall and it was a pretty nice restaurant. Once we got done eating, we went to leave but Mr. Kuhlman wouldn't let us leave so we almost sat back down. The bus boys had already wiped down the table and taken our plates so we just stood there and talked about our adventures for a while. It wasn't long before we left for the theater. I'll tell you more about the trip to the theater in a little bit.