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... asked the agent to send my luggage on the flight if possible. I had checked a suitcase yesterday but then did not get on the flight to Chicago, so it remained at MUC as the airlines don’t load luggage on international flights without the passenger on board. I’m not sure if the bag made the flight. I hope they were able to retrieve it from storage and put it on. I’ll find out soon! If it doesn’t come out at baggage claim, I’ll have to file ...
... the railings which were fairly low. Also, when its windy and it sways, or if its pouring rain and you can't see where you are going, that would be scary. Saturday night was spent in Annapolis, Maryland and we reluctantly cleared out the rental car and seriously did some packing. We were surprised by the amount of brochures, pamphlets, leaflets and maps, we had collected, sometimes more than one copy. A cull was done. We know we will have to do it again in New Yorkin a few days ...
... wasn’t exactly a welcoming tent to come back to either. As has been the case for God knows how long now the tent zip is broken and while we’ve been gone someone has set up a zoo in our tent. I’m just about to lay down when I see bugs crawling out of my bra, spiders on the sleeping bags and flying bugs just about everywhere else. There’s no way on this Earth that I am sleeping in that. There were less bugs sleeping in the jungle in Thailand! Luna agrees and at ...
... a version of the Wright Brother's wind tunnel that I missed seeing at the MIT in Boston!
The last museum for the day wasn't really a museum at all but rather a working factory. In fact it was the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Can you guess what they manufacture?? Money! Yep, pretty much all of America's paper money if made in DC or at their factory in Forth Worth, Texas. We got to see the (pretty much the) entire process from the blank sheet to ...
... eat at a Japanese steakhouse (both of us are in love with sushi).
After a little shopping at the Annapolis mall, we went to the cinemas and eat copious amounts of sweets. But of course. Emily and I joke that all we do when we are together, wether at home or on vacation, is eat and laugh. This is true.
I left Sunday afternoon after a proper breakfast with Emily and her boyfriend, who then drove me ...
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