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... on it, surrounding what in warmer months is a massive fountain. The back of the circle in the centre displays a wall of 4,048 stars, each one symbolising one hundred American servicemen who died in World War II. At the time we couldn’t figure out the reason of the order the states were in, so later looked it up and found this:
"Much like a formal gathering of military or governmental leaders, wherein the guest or place of honour is at centre. In this case, the ...
... the day for the Air and Space museum! So exciting :-) massive museum- very exciting to see things like the Wright Brothers plane- a whole exhibit explained the life of the Wright brothers which I loved. Also touched moon rock!
We spent hours walking around this museum, reading about the history of space travel and flight. Took heaps of photos for guided reading. Such a great museum - amazing for excursions, I wish!
The only disappointment in the Air and ...
... from the enormity of that, we felt that there could've been room for more positive reflection of the resilience of the Jewish people and that religious differences aside, their people have contributed greatly to the cultures they have lived in worldwide. There were also other minority groups that suffered during this dreadful time and it was interesting to learn also of these. Homosexuals, Mentally and Physically disabled, Jehovahs Witnesses ...
... Wing makes for an easy
trip through western painting from late Gothic through Baroque Italy, Spain,
France, Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands through the Baroque era, progressing
roughly chronologically through each national school.
The National Gallery’s lower floor seems like somewhat of an
afterthought, containing a mixture of sculpture, decorative arts, temporary
exhibitions and a little of this and ...
... unfortunately we weren't going to be able to experience any of it as we were so busy over the next three days.
We settled in before heading to the supermarket for something for tea and a few snacks to take to the theme parks with us, and after the huge thunderstorm came and passed (and with no umbrella since Anna left hers in Niagara), we had a quick dip in their pool before calling it a night, ready for a very early morning.
Disney World, here we come!