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... reminds us of an Egyptian Temple.
We walk up the carpeted marble steps and into the Grand Entryway. Priceless works of art mingle with Family Portraits all in gilded frames, some as tall as a one story building. The interior of the palace is just as jaw-dropping. There are two sets of State Rooms that mirror each other and was designed as an axis of rooms increasing in importance and public use. The most impressive is the central saloon, designed as the ...
... see the town on our own. I was with my friend in the museum of the history of science. It´s very interesting!!
We´ve eaten in the "West Cornwall Pasty Co.", and it was very nice...the pastys taste very good!!
At the end of the trip we gone to the Christ Church and saw the grat hall of the Harry Potter Movies.
... just about an hour, because we had to get back in time for real dinner with the rest of the admin, but it was so fun to have time sit and chat and laugh with my friends.
The admin dinner was a blur of Chinese and food and toasts and lots of conversation. As the evening wore on we moved out to Chapel Quad for the traditional final night admin pyramid. Every year on the final night of the program the admin team tries to make a pyramid that includes ...
... br> Another museum, another flat battery in the camera. I may only post 7-10 pictures in here, but I am over two and a half thousand on the camera. I just don't have the bandwidth to upload that many.
Some of my more unlucky friends will be tormented with them later when I return and bribe them with food and drink to make them watch the slideshow.
Until then, I'll say that this memory blur of more museum was again wonderful & interesting, and I ...
... worth it. By the time we got back to the balcony most everyone had left, so we hung out for a bit longer and then headed back to the Pembroke program office to watch the Germany/Algeria World Cup game. The USA plays tomorrow night, and we're all debating on how/where/with what food we should watch the match.
Eventually more people joined us over at the Program Office, so there was a full crowd, as it should be - myself, Adam, ...