2017-12-06 (W) Charged: DesertIrish

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After the day was finished, Dawson and Vani went to the Unnamed CafĂ© for dinner. Vani made it clear that she didn’t want to put any effort into the evening. She wanted to be fed and allowed to relax. For a change, the restaurant was empty when they got there and it stayed empty the whole time. The waiter was happy to talk with them and gave them a bottle of champagne when Vani told him they had built a ship. The champagne was for the christening of the ship but the waiter admitted it was a subpar bottle of champagne and breaking on a ship was probably for the best. The meal was a family-style pot of lobster bisque for Vani and Dawson to share.

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