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... Studies, I was excited to take a peek. Middle Eastern music played in the background as we popped into each tent to see what they were selling. There were jars and figurines and other curios, most made from Berber Silver. We came to the last tent which was swarming with people, all huddled around a table littered with various jewelry items. A Moroccan man and a woman stood behind the table, occasionally selling an item or conversing with their customers. ...
... churches use Latin rites. Although dedicated to Mary,
Jesus’s foster dad Joseph isn’t left out; one of the apses and its mosaics in
the upper church are dedicated to him.
I’m not Catholic and have always had a hard time
understanding Mary as “Our Lady of ……..” (fill in any one of a number of place
names around the world where people have experienced visions of ...
... monument and a lovely Afr.-Amer. guy calling the squirrels with peanuts to offer, a daily ritual, he tells me( lots of squirrels everywhere we have been, dear little things) Finally we arrive at the Smithsonian original old building intending to get out of the heat by walking through it en route to the African Art Museum in a separate building. We found ourselves in the Natural History Museum which included as huge section on Minerals and Gems. Well, ...
... Old Town area of Alexandria at The Wharf restaurant. Brian and Belle loved watching the various street performers especially the Irish clog dancing kids. Brian loves his queen sized bed and swimming in the hotel pool. Belle also loves the pool. Bella did such a great job of finding every piece of trash from previous hotel guests that our room was compensated for a night by the awesome front desk ...
... good at pool but maybe by the end of the trip I'll be not bad. Time flew while we were playing and before we knew it it was time for tea. Our tour leader tom was cooking for us again and he made fajitas. Although I would have probably just called them burritos. It was a good meal and we all sat around chatting after for a couple of hours. Then everyone headed off in their own direction and I thought it'd be the perfect chance to check in at home. But after that it was time for ...