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... So if you are ever in Madrid, I recommend that you always leave a little food on your plate, and tell your waiter how full you are! After dinner we walked to another plaza. I don't know the name, but it seemed to be the central shopping district. It was packed with people and street performers. Madrid is a very lively city, and I'm sorry we didn't have more time to spend there. On the way back to the hotel, ...
... humor. But when I got to Hong Kong, to a place where foreigners are the norm and it's not a big deal to see a white person, I realized that it wasn't funny. It was okay for short periods of time, but it's not okay that the few aggressive members of a society could make me feel the way they did.
And so today, the Chinese woman agreed to take my picture. She handed the camera over to a male relative, who counted to 3, took the picture, told us to wait ...
... Duck Rabbit Milk Stout from North Carolina. After that charcuterie plate, I have to say that the burger was a little bland - but still very filling. Not to mention their belgian-style frites served with a mayonnaise-based concoction are beyond amazing! All in all, I was satisfied with my Saturday in D.C., even if I hadn't stopped to see the Capital Building or the White House. I had just made the mistake of watching Olympus Has Fallen last week, after all. ...
... was a city where you could move from a safe area to an unsafe one within minutes and I think that's what happened on our walk home. It wasn't too bad though and even though it was about 7pm it was still light outside so there wasn't really a safety issue but you did feel a bit more on-guard. Also, I suppose technically we did pass a house cordoned off with police tape and there were several police officers out the front but hey, that just meant that ...
... special to see the actual Apollo 11 command module and other spacecraft and aircraft that were actually used.
We then hiked most of the length of the mall to visit the Lincoln Memorial. It's still very moving to see that statue and to reflect on what that president accomplished.
By this time it was raining really hard (we had been getting rain showers off and on all day but now it was really dumping). Nonetheless, we took a ...
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