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... through, particularly if you are a non American is tough. From there we visited the incredibly impressive National Library of Congress. What a beautiful building. Less crowds here and time to appreciate the architecture. A stroll in the heat down Independence avenue to the very popular Air and Space museum. This is boy thing to do and if you like multiple planes and rockets and lunar landing modules, then this is for you. Woodsie would still be in ...
... to cat-call a woman. I can't even...
Cat-calling has recently become a hot topic, but it is by no means a new one. Women have been dealing with cat-calling since time began, but for some reason now it is finally being openly criticized and discussed. I'm glad, because I used to just take it for granted. It happened so frequently, and while it was embarrassing, and at times even frightening, I always just assumed that it came with being a woman. ...
... after being in the US for 20 years, the Baptist Pastor from Las Vegas who's parents are Philipino, the Concierge at our hotel who was Sth African & had friends in Australia. This morning we chatted with a young guy who had been to Australia on a sporting trip & had watched Aussie Rules at the MCG - "why don't they wear protective gear?". They are only often brief conversation but I'm enjoying that part of the trip as much as the sites. Pulling in to New York - gotta ...
... only thinks I gave the waiter a big tip, I kept most of it. I've become accustomed to my American name but no one has called me Jarn for a couple of days now. Same with Sue but even if they did we wouldn't know if they were saying Sue or Sioux. All we get now is Sir or Mam. Americans are extremely polite and we find it is slowing down our progress a bit. Just getting in and out of a lift can take an extra 2 minutes by the time you've exchanged ...
... cool. We started the museum by choosing a spy identity and as we wandered around we had to answer questions about our identity to see if we would pass as a spy. Happy to report I passed with flying colours.... but as for Tom....!!
There was so much information about famous spies, how spies have been caught, disguises, movies.... was great. We were there for ages - as we left the line was long to get in so glad we got there early!