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Travel Blogs from Columbia
Spring Music Recital
featuring the students of
Jan Plumley (piano) and Abigail Kloetzli (violin)
May 24, 2014
1. Mia (piano)
Do Not Sneeze (Christine H. Barden)
Musical Cat (Christine H. Barden)
2. Jared ...
... ones where I pretended to look regal and in charge. Obviously it didn’t work as they didn’t ask me to run the country. Darn. After our non-stop walking day my feet were a wreck. So it was a plaster (note to self: band-aid) stop and dinner. I devoured a Chinese then slowly hobbled back to the bus where I preceded to relay my brave journey of walking around Washington DC in flip flops. I got a few sympathetic comments but mostly I got told I was a fool. I accept this ...
Emma Wood State Beach
Santa Monica Beach
... would be really expensive, Steve kindly agrees to do two trips into the city – one at 9am and another at 10.30am. We opt for the 10.30 option. Steve sets off early to take the first group and we shower, get ready and indulge in donuts. At 10.30 we’re all ready and sat waiting for Steve to return. At 11.30am he finally turns up back from the first run. Apparently the traffic was horrendous coming back and a half hour journey has taken him the best part of 2 hours. Poor Steve, ...
... Museums. I first hit up the National Museum of American History where I headed straight to the top to see the First Lady's exhibit. It is tradition for each first lady to donate a ball gown, usually her inauguration gown. I had a close up look of Michelle Obama's dress with shoes and jewels. They had displays on the American Presidency (who they were, what they did and what was expected of them), the Price of Freedom (glorifying all their wars), the ...
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