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... were placed on these groups regarding inter-marriage, trade, education and social interaction. The second floor documented the ghettos and concentration camps and the third floor covered the end the war, evacuation of the camps and the resulting issue of displayed people with no countries willing to accept them. These floors were pretty grim. You could sit and listen to voice recordings made by people who had survived the camps and there were reconstructed camp huts, rail ...
... There are around 8 -10 thousand cases that are requested to be heard each year, of this, only 80-100 will be heard. Cases here are not the same as our local cases we see in court. Here the cases go through oral arguments that usually last one hour, with attorneys for each side of a case given 30 minutes to make a presentation to the Court and answer questions posed by the Justices. Usually the Justices lead the oral argument. They have already studied ...
... tomb of the unknown soldier and Gabe wanted to look for the graves of some famous people. I've been to a number of military cemeteries before this trip but Arlington was quite moving. When you see row after row of white headstones, immaculate grounds, when you see a horse drawn hearse with fully dressed military escorts going by, and you are told that the cemetery will have 'full' sign soon, you know the cost to this country has been, and continues to be high. There were ...
... fresh, local dairy and produce, which I loved! But even so, the area was not all charms... there have been muggings and shootings on a rare occasion.
Despite being to DC twice before, it was nice to revisit some of the monuments and museums. I personally love the Lincoln Memorial, because I think the Declaration of Independence written upon the walls is fascinating. Something about the words ...
... it to as much use as I can this trip. That thing is rad.
I am typing about the mundane because I realize that much of life- that much of what will be life changing in this trip- lies in the mundane moments and events. People around us are starting to get antsy and some are even being quite vocal about it. I feel like this is an opportunity to exercise patience and ...