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December 20, 2006. We have waited almost a year for this day to arrive. We are off to Salzburg, Austria for Christmas and to celebrate our 25th Wedding Anniversary, which is January 16. Just before Christmas last year we started thinking about a special trip. We have always loved Austria and have spent quite a few weeks there in quite a few January's for previous anniversaries, as well as Germany. ...
... took a selection of the stories and explained which medical conditions could be attributed to the themes. There were obvious ones like magical beings making off with children to explain high childhood death rates, but also things like deformities being rationalised in the tales. They also had exclusive illustrations in amongst it all. It was BRILLIANT.
Some of the most famous artefacts in the museum include:
- 'Soap Lady' - a corpse turned to ...
... had one before and Jess told me I had to have one whilst I was here. Otis believes this is the best one in town. So, today I had a cheese steak. Basically, it is very thin bits of steak, covered in onions and mushrooms with cheese over the top, served in a baguette. It tasted really good, but I think I prefer the steak sandwiches we have at home. To be honest, I think the cheese spoilt it so I wasn’t blown away.
We popped ...
... pet raven, which figured in one of his pieces, and which Poe thought he "could have done more with." I had heard long ago that the raven itself was at the Phila Free Library. Apparently that is true. Dickens' pet has been taxidermied and displayed in the rare book room. I also learned that Annabel Lee was written about the death of Poe's wife. They also had a nice reading room with a collection of books about Poe and CDs of dramatic readings and even some weird 60s music set ...
... and independence from the King of England. We visited the Independence Hall's Assembly Room, in which both the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were drafted and signed.
Wiki Paste - The Constitution creates the three branches of the national government: a legislature, the bicameral Congress; an executive branch led by the President; and a judicial branch headed by the Supreme Court. The Constitution specifies the powers and duties of each ...
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