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... the street was Library Hall. This was the nations first public library and the former Library of Congress. Library Hall was founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1731, as a place to house and share books. Franklin believed that knowledge supports our nation. Books were considered a luxury item so not everyone could afford them. Through the years the Library Hall was demolished and in 1950, a reproduction of it was constructed on the original site. Today it ...
... an indescribable feeling reaching the summit and viewing the glaciers.
2. Experiencing the wildlife – be it lions, tigers or giraffes it was great to see all these animals in their natural habitat.
3. Seeing the Taj Mahal – experiencing it makes it clear why it is one of the new seven wonders of the world.
4. Viewing Victoria Falls – amazing seeing the sheer volume of water falling ...
... skills. Then make him two times slower. Now you've got Conor Casey. He somehow scored 2 goals. This is the 2nd (off his shin). The atmosphere was actually pretty good in the stadium. They even had flares.
I'm really glad I chose to stay in Washington DC overnight. I was up bright and early, checked out, stored my bags at the hotel and then galloped to Union Station to hop onto the City Sightseeing bus. Although I did things back to front in Washington in that I would normally do the sightseeing bus tour first and then go back to the places of interest, it turns out I did the right thing this time. I was so chuffed that there was a tour to the ...
Not really in a location much worth blogging about, but in a state of mind worth blogging about. Ive spent the majority of young adult life daydreaming about going on the road and leaving any life Ive created at home behind. Not necessarily because the life is worth dumping, but mostly because there is so much more to see. My obsession with the ancient antiquities of art and architecture has consistently filled my mind with the idea that many of these wonders must be ...