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Architecturally they're similar, although old Portuguese cities use a lot more yellow, and they like to use tiles on their exterior walls—I later figure out that it’s it helps keeps out the humidity. The food at the back alley homestyle restaurants is a lot more varied. And they've got these buffets (you pay by the weight) which give you a chance to sample a variety of foods.
The long day of driving included several encounters with slowed traffic and construction. We finally arrived in Gettysburg. We decided to drive through town to see what eating establishments were still open - trying to avoid the quick burger & fries menu. We ended up in the park and decided to go see the Eternal Flame. We'll be visiting the site again tomorrow, but wanted to get some pictures of the flame in the twilight / dusk. ...
Getting Ready for Oxford!
Traylor and I have re-gone over our Virginia Program at Oxford notes, while talking about strategy and reading lists to get done in the next week.
I can't believe we will be leaving in three short days to board a flight to Heathrow, England! I am elated for this new adventure of ours and we are diligently preparing to be as ready as possibly come the big travel day.
After comparing packing lists, and making sure we are ...
... I got there, but it turned out to mean more than I had anticipated. It sort of felt like everything before that point had been a hike away from Springer Mountain, and now I was finally hiking toward Katahdin. It didn't really change anything, but it did feel like a switch was flipped mentally and now I was on the other side of a big hurdle.
The halfway point is outside Pine Grove Furnace State Park where there is a general store. At this general ...
... guys doing a concert?" I ask an older fellow in a wheelchair.
"Oh we just finished. This is an open air concert sponsored by the Art Alliance of Waynesboro"
Well, well, well... respectable people playing music in the open air in downtown Waynesboro? I'm liking Central Pennsylvania more and more... But now I've got my own performance to do.
Back at Christine's Cafe, Jerry's there as well as a lady who, whadyaknow--travels and plays at open mikes along ...