Taft Bridge Inn
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... awesome things to see so we ventured around anyways. The Ocean exhibit was pretty cool and did have the skeleton of an amazing prehistoric giant snake like sea creature. Before we left, Chris and I watched an amazing documentary by David Attenborough all about the Oceans and the creatures in it so it was fun to see the specimens of the deep sea and reda some of the information. The next exhibit was a national geographic feature on beautiful wildlife and nature photography. ...
... to see and touch a real space suit. The visor is actually made of gold and the whole suit is Kevlar coated as dust particles floating around in space can cause significant damage to other materials. There was also a flight simulator for landing on an aircraft carrier. Apparently it's not real easy to do!
I went to the American Indian Museum. This looked at the indigenous cultures from Alaska all the way to Chile. It was a really ...
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Thursday night was really special for Thomas and I as we watched our first concert at Radio City Hall and it was to see one of our favourite bands “Train”. They have a song called “Marry Me” which is just beautiful and it was so moving when they played it that night.
On Friday Mum, Dad and I walked the High Line. The highlight was eating oysters and lobster (and drinking 2 bottles ...
... over their own meetups. Eventually, I was invited to be an assistant organizer, a passively used title I had for a while. One day I decided to be proactive and started organizing events from movie nights to hiking to dance nights, which then evolved into live band events and eventually overseas travel.
Meetup took over a lot of my time which I didn't mind as an organizer. That became the norm beginning around 2009 when I started ...