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... of how hot it is.
That night, our group went to a flamenco show/dinner in Madrid. This experience was incredible. Flamenco dancing/singing is from the south of Spain, but they put on shows in Madrid for tourists. This type of music has HUGE Arabic influence; it is so obvious when you listen to their singing. I knew this because of the culture of Spain class I had taken at WVU previously- Spain is a huge melting pot of different cultures, ...
... camps, the sheer number of men fighting and the loss of life in just the Gettysburg fight of three days, not to mention the 4 year fight.
The battle at Seminary Ridge took place on the first day of fighting, July 1, 1863. On this building is a cupola in which General Buford utilized to look out over the nearby fields to help in directing his ...
Year 2 - Day 53 - Gettysburg, PA June 23, 2014 - Today we started at the Eishenhower Farm and then continued our Auto tour. The Farm was purchased by Eisenhower's in 1950. When they started renovations, they discovered a 200-year old log cabin beneath the brick veneer. Most of the structure was lost, but they were able to save some parts to incorporated in their renovations. Other than painting Ike loved to ...
... a covered bridge... Looks like Frederick is winning me over.
Finally the park ends and I loop back towards town, taking a detour through the beautiful Hood College where all the buildings have a distint style--I think its georgian style, with red brick and neoclassical white pillars or cupolas on the front... then there's a beautiful vine covered gazebo in the center.
Northside in town is a beautiful upscale neighborhood with manicured ...
John Adams, America's second president proudly said that this project would be compared to the pyramids of Egypt in its grandeur.
So what was the problem?
Well, one word: locomotive. Yep, the trains were coming and would render this project obsolete before it was finished. Turns out that transporting stuff by train is a lot more efficient than in canal boats going 4 miles an hour. The project of making it all the way across ...