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... were standing by the White house, we sounded like we were drunk as our mouths wouldn’t work properly. I had a singlet, shirt, cardigan and jacket, gloves, scarf, beanie, thermal leggings and jeans on and I was still cold.
He wanted to know our opining on raising the White House fence by another metre and half due to the people jumping and driving into the fences. He wanted to know what we thought and if it would effect us. The funny thing is on one side you ...
... and hugs to my friends Ben and Gretchen. I can't thank you guys enough for your hospitality and warmth. I look forward to your trip to South Africa.....and I'll be sure to show you a good time! I left this morning and made my way on foot, metro, plane and cab to my next stop.....Boston, the home of Harvard and MIT. It's a little colder here, but so far so good, as my room which I booked on Airbnb is right on the ocean in Winthrop. Stories about Boston to follow later this week....until then..... ...
... Conception which stick out above what is otherwise a city of relatively even heights. I had always heard this has to do with rules that buildings should not dwarf certain monuments, but I was recently informed by my DC hosts that that’s partly an urban legend. Around 1900 Congress passed a law that no building could be higher than the Capitol but amended it about a decade later that no building could be more than 20 feet taller than the width of the street it faces. In most cases ...
... one with a different theme. A small museum of the family’s art collection is also open and consists mostly of Byzantine art from the eastern Mediterranean and pre-Columbian art from Central and South America as well as a rare book library.
Although I spent a lot of time in the Georgetown neighborhood on visits to DC while I was in college, when I lived in the Washington area after college, and even lived in house in Georgetown ...
... it to what they want and send it back to The House of Representatives. If they do like it, then they can send it to the president to be signed. This would be like Mrs. Levine signed a policy into school like no cell phones during school hours. We can't wait to try this with you all in class! Now that we are back in our hotel it is time to study and get ready for our big day tomorrow. We are headed to Congress to see everything ...