Extended Stay America - Somerset - Franklin
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... and spent a few hours learning of the horrors of that day and the heroes that gave up their time and, in some cases, their lives to assist in the rescue and clean up in the aftermath. We started in the information centre, which has displays of items found in the wreckage including part of one of the planes. I remember watching it on TV the day it happened and it just didn't seem real somehow. It was like a real life disaster movie playing out in front of us. Being there and ...
... MOMA had 6 floors of exhibits. I wanted to enjoy all of the exhibits, even if I didn't understand them, but honestly, the floor that I enjoyed the most had the paintings and works from artists such as Monet, Picasso, Klimt and van Gogh. We all took some time to admire Monet's Waterlily series; massive panels stretching metres across, and van Gogh's Starry Night. There was a large exhibit of Frank Lloyd, a reknowned American architect that I enjoyed too. Andrew ...
... an OA for his music. Betrayal was great too, staring Daniel Craig. Then Big Fish, well this was definitely a tear jerker, everyone was sobbing at one point, but in a good way. Once was such a fresh musical, I think it will do well if it ever comes to Australia. And then Chicago to wrap the week off, Roz Ryan was fantastic as Mama Morton. Off to Iceland this afternoon, and current temperatures are low, top of -1 ...
... elevator either ascends or descends the building. To reach the upper two levels of the observation deck, you travel by escalator. As we started our tour early in the morning we were waiting in line to travel up the building early in the day and without the hectic midday crush of tourists that were eager to top the building even in the cold of early winter. But we still had a short wait to enter the building and move to the elevators. Harriet and I took the time to converse ...
... if she tried. Horrid, rude person, and it's a shame because most people here really are quite nice. Anyway, as long as my Metro card doesn't play up again, we won't cross paths. BUT IF WE DO... The Intrepid is a fantastic museum with an awful lot of stuff to educate and amuse kids (Sandra, just get the VIC Education Department to send you here with a class of Rug Rats - I'm sure they'd agree) and its gotten a lot better since my last visit. ...
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