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... top of the car and unscrewed the solar panel which was now just a bunch of broken glass pieces. We get back in the car after cleaning everything up and are trying to figure out how to get out of the parking garage when Chris goes to turn on the car. Lo and behold the Westy will not start! We had been having a little trouble with the ignition key not wanting to turn but in the end after a couple tries it always worked. This time though it would not work. So we were ...
... other lady at the clinic that I was now talking to asked what I wanted her to do. We came up with a game plan of getting the doc over there to sign it and have them scan it to me, so I could at least have something to present to the consulate. Thursday morning I took my dad to the airport and said our last goodbyes before he departed and I would then leave for Spain.
While driving away, I decided to call the state office where the Apositile of Hague was conducted ...
... my first two
visits there in my high school and college years.
Having traveled extensively since my views of cities have
changed and I now like them a lot, especially those where you can walk around
and find something interesting and different on almost every block. Cities are
all about diversity, opportunity, and action, in contrast to monotony and
blandness of suburban life.
I divided my Boston pictures into three blog entries, ...
... leading from one site to the next. It is called "The Freedom Trail". You can't get lost, but man you can get tired. Helen and I caught a cab back to town. Some of these were old but well preserved churches have a strong connection to the independance movement of ...
... sentimental about my time there already. I doubted it at first, but yes, I can't fight it. I've become one of those people who go on and on about it as if we don't realise that there are numerous subway rats, hobos, crackheads, dirty smells etc etc. I guess you love it or hate it, and after being in neither camp for most of the first week it really caught me by surprise.
Anyway, I soon perked up after eating, because who can be sad after having a ...