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... piece is unusual, paintings by such greats as Kandinsky, Klimt, Monet, Picasso and much more. I went to fill up my water bottle at the drinking water fountain, and when I emptied the old water, I got water down my left leg as its surface is flatter than I had anticipated. I briefly saw the inside of the chapel, which has some rather nice stain glassed windows, and then went to the rendezvous point.
I got picked up at ...
... had to deal with a man who ran off with their adopted son, and although proud, she had a good heart and was loyal and devoted to those she loved.
Next, I saw 'Taken' with Liam Neeson who plays a former C.I.A operative whose daughter is kidnapped by Albanian people smugglers in Paris and he is single-minded and, at times, brutal in dealing with the baddies; and he doesn't leave any casualties along the way. The action sequences are exciting, though unsurprisingly, ...
... I said I’d return, and on a cold March day
a few years later I’m back.
A few years ago I posted some posted some pictures and a
blog entry of that trip to Princeton’s campus. I couldn’t resist taking some
pictures again today because the campus looked so different and so beautiful in
the snow and bright sunshine.
Princeton has a quite nice art museum with a collection much
larger than those of most university museums. It is ...
... gape at, some other fowl to see, a playhouse, etc. N had a great time! He cackled whenever he felt the goat's scratchy mouth on his hand. The climbable tractors were a huge hit, too. We met a local Hungarian lady who heard us talking - that was fun! We also tasted some delightful melons and brought home a lot of apples & Asian pears. Next we headed to the University area and started off at Jazams toy store. Noah ...
... path across, but the view from the bridge was beautiful. After crossing the bridge into New Jersey I wound through side street after side street for hours. There wasn't a great direct route south, which was somewhat frustrating because I was stopping at lots of stop signs, lights, and random points to check directions. While biking through one residential neighborhood, I saw a woman with a hose at the end of her driveway ...