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... experiencing a new university will further develop me as a student and as a person. There are many aspects I am excited for as well. For example, Chester, England is a beautiful city and I cannot wait to explore it. It is full of museums, theaters, restaurants, nature preserves...the list is endless. Another super exciting aspect of living in England is being able to explore my love for Harry Potter. I will finally be able ...
... returned to say that the phone was in her wallet the whole time. Happy that we had all our belongings and the plane hadn't left yet we boarded, found our seat and took a big sigh of relief. We waited for take off, waited and waited, surely they weren't waiting for more passengers. What was the deal? The captain announced that the flight nav. computer was down and that they had been trying unsuccessfully to re-boot it. Maintenance was on the way ...
The flight from KC to DFW wasted no time in getting us there, you could say that time flew by as we arrived at least a half hour earlier then expected. We collected our checked bags and caught a taxi to the house that Lisa was sitting where we were greeted by Mark the friendly puppy, Nicki the barking puppy and a cozy room with 3 complimentary bottles of wine, one of which Lauri proceeded to open and pour while I lit the fire that was waiting for us on the patio. All was well as ...
... that they view that as much of a concern there. That may be why
flash pictures seemed to me to be permitted in the Louvre and Musee D’Orsay in
Paris when I was there in 2003. I thought everyone was just breaking the rules.
I don’t find flash pictures of paintings usually come out very well, so the
news didn’t mean much to me.
It was at the Nelson-Atkins Museum, though, that I decided
to always also photograph the ...
... and pushed Germany back and a 475 mile front Western front was established. Trenches on both side of a "no mans land". The trenches were muddy and filled with damaged building, trucks, barbed wire and rats. More men died of disease during the Great War than by bullets or bombs. At this point the US had sat on the sidelines. Germany was using submarines to attach civilian ships to disrupt supplies to the allies. Some Americans were killed on ...