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... was totally destroyed by earthquake in 1948. One of the few buildings to survive was a very large wheat/flour milling plant. The guide said that the builder was jailed by Stalin for having used too much concrete in the construction. He was released from prsion after his building withstood the earthquake ! After that the Russians built what is now the older part of the city. Since independence, the megalomaniac presidents starting with Pres Niyazov ...
... rain! But on this day, we did everything imaginable in that torrential rainstorm. Of course, as the game came to an end…the sky cleared up and the storm was over. All that was left was the memory of all that we went through just to see this game. Irv was either lucky…or he missed out…or a little of both, since he had returned for the arrival of his new baby girl!
Memorable Moment # 1 – Ilyse Nicole ...
Today was crazy. I am sitting in bed at our new hotel. Uni is snoring in the bed next to me... A giant queen all for him. I am eating mashed potatoes from a tiny box, but I don't have a fork so I am using two coffee stir straws I found.
We woke up SUPER early so we could be packed and in the bus by 7:15. We tried to check all of the kid's rooms on our way out and most did pretty good packing, not all did great cleaning... A skills we need to ...
... shop around the corner on 14th Street, before sadly leaving our homely apartment. To save hauling our baggage around DC on our last day here, we were able to securely leave our luggage at Union Station, where we would later collect bags and to travel to the Dulles International Airport for our London flight via Frankfurt. While downtown in DC we had a look inside the Capitol Building visitor centre, we could learn about the history of the Capitol including the evolution of ...
We woke up to threats of being snowed in DC, but luckily we were faced with only slight flight delays. Also, lucky for us, Birmingham did not have chances of snow so our non-stop flight from DC was free to land there. Like I alluded to earlier, a sign of a snow flake in Alabama will shut down the entire state.