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... I passed back through Marienplatz at 9:24 and exited at the transfer station, Laim, at 9:34. Now I had to wait 17 minutes for the next S1 to the airport. I was fuming and nervous about missing the flight. S-Bahn trains run only every 20 minutes.
Finally the S1 showed up at 9:51. I noticed on the timetable it was not scheduled to reach MUC into 10:26. OMG, it’s already been 51 minutes since the incident at Daglfing Station and now it’s going to ...
Last night we had dinner with our friends Paula and Linda. For years, the 4th of July meant a visit from Paula and Linda and hours on the lake, floating around, waterskiing, drinking Margaritas and dancin' the night away. Our busy lives and the many miles between us have caused us to miss the last few 4th of July celebrations. Nice that our journey took us close enough to DC to spend the 4th of July evening with our ...
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... your ancestry too which I thought was fascinating. After the museum we headed back to the White House as it was dark by the time we got there last night. We got some better pictures but you had to be seriously patient and wait your turn to stand in front of Barack’s garden fence, smile and point! The garden is immaculate and the house itself looks even more impressive than it did last night. Steve picked everyone up from outside the space museum mid afternoon and once ...
... a version of the Wright Brother's wind tunnel that I missed seeing at the MIT in Boston!
The last museum for the day wasn't really a museum at all but rather a working factory. In fact it was the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Can you guess what they manufacture?? Money! Yep, pretty much all of America's paper money if made in DC or at their factory in Forth Worth, Texas. We got to see the (pretty much the) entire process from the blank sheet to ...