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... at mom's house completely filled with delicious rich hot chocolate! I have to admit, at the time I didn't think that the bread was that good. But once we got home and went to the Commune for breakfast… I realized how good the croissants actually were!!! When the time finally came to take off on the plane I felt like crying. On the drive to the airport I watched the Eiffel tower until it finally ...
... 8217;t look quite good yet but I might be able to pull it off in a
catch before I leave. It’s an awesome flip backwards from the trapeze bar. As I was doing my first catch it started to rain when I was on the platform so I could finish my trick and then they called it quits. So sad for the other 15 minutes. I didn’t get caught, I was taking too much time up in the air.
After class I went home to shower and I headed over to Brooklyn again. ...
... the jungle house, children's zoo and the gorillas. It was good value to pay for all of these up front as it would've cost over $32 if you had paid for each place separately.
I also really like the children's zoo where we were able to squeeze through tubes and look at prairie dogs.
Another thing I saw were two wallabies in a sad little enclosure. We didn't see very many animals from Australia, but we did see a Tawny Frogmouth, some other birds and some ...
... to the 5th
Avenue, pass by the famous Metropolitan Museum, and before existing
the park I discover the Delacorte clock, a sort of timepiece which
saints were replaced by animals: a bear, a penguin, a back-carriers, an elephant, two monkeys that are knocking a bell.
It is a musical clock. Every half an hour, between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm
it plays one of its 44 songs for children. At Christmas time its
repertoire changes to carols. Near by children can ...
... 8211; Momofuku Noodle Bar with all the delicious sights and smells assaulting our senses. After a short wait we were very glad that we didn’t as the Momofuku ramen noodles and pork buns were divine!
On Wednesday I had my first print session. I have to print my blocks on etching presses here as they don’t have platen presses. So the block and paper gets rolled through the press rather than a heavy plate pressing down on the block. It gets a ...