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... and tried a few different beers before moving on to an Eastern European bar. While we were in there the heavens opened and Michael found it greatly amusing to watch pedestrians run past in the rain getting absolutely soaked and looking panicked. Unfortunately it appears that Michael has contracted man-flu so we're back at the apartment relatively early for a good night's sleep.
... guarded with high fencing). Walking through "The Ellipse" passing the National Christmas tree towards the Washington Monument. Walked back towards White House having lunch at "Occidental Grill and Seafood", 1475 Pennsylvania Ave NW - high recommend, Deb enjoyed a lovely lobster roll. Hopping onto Orange Trolley to Thomas Jefferson Memorial and continued to walk through the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial, onto Martin Luther King Jnr Memorial which are all situated around ...
... around the globe, and so it goes.
Man's accomplishments have been marvellous, but pale in comparison to what Jehovah has done. Scientists and space engineers have only used what our Creator had made in the first place. Imagine what can be accomplished under the rulership of God's King and government!
Tomorrow is another day with tired feet.
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John & Helen
... of Education. As most of you know, this is where Mrs. Levine will be working next year. Currently she is still at Normal Park but we were able to meet with two other women. While we were waiting in the lobby, there were a lot of student pieces on display with exhibit labels. The lobby of the Department of Education looked a lot like Normal Park Hallways! How cool is that! One works in policy development and the ...
... That night we went to find a steakhouse and ended up in a "gen-u-ine" Australian Outback Steakhouse. Did anyone else know that apparently aussie's eat bloomin onions and Tassie chicken bites and drink Fosters on tap and NSW Sangria? Or that we apparently still use pennies and pounds? The funniest part was trying to order a cider, the waiter could not understand my strange accent and didn't know where we were ...
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