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the Wayfont-family:"Times New Roman",serif"> – Instead of the direct route to Maryland
we decided to experience one of the "Seven Wonders of the Engineering
World." Heading north of Norfolk along Hwy 13 to Virginia's Eastern Shore
(the largest barrier island on the …
... was closing and it was time for me to leave. So, with sadness in my heart, I bid farewell to the giant T-rex head that I had befriended during my time in the museum—his name was Wankel, in case you wondering—and left for the streets so that I could go to the Air and Space Museum.
Along the way, I ran into two lovely local ladies who complimented my tattoos (specifically the wing) and my choice of hair colors (I’m ...
7PM. Well, we are waiting and our train has a "delayed" next to status. It is supposed to leave at 7:30. It seems it broke down after leaving New York and another train had to pick up the passengers. Might be a long night. Although we have to leave today as no trains run on New Year's Day! Well, not too much of a surprise I suppose. These are 40 year old trains. Imagine a ...
... tobacco smell had to be clawed
through to get from the lobby entrance to the Highland’s fortified reception,
behind which not a sturdy Scot but a wee, old Indian man, wringing his hands,
smiled ingratiatingly at us.
“Do you have a room for us, please?”, I asked Mr Yoshi (he
looked very much like an Indian doctor on the NSW Central Coast by that name).
Mr Yoshi made a great show of inspecting his ledger,
... White House and the rest of the new nation’s government buildings. Jefferson was so upset with him that he refused to pay him for his work.
L’Enfant’s plan was inspired by French 18th century urban planning in which Paris was modernized with wide boulevards, routine infrastructure, generous public spaces and an efficient traffic grid, including the characteristic diagonal streets. A hundred years later, ...