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... statements from eye witnesses and seeing the dust covered, crumpled shoes and bags that actually belonged to people, some of whom died that day, made it real life. The hardest bit for me was the room that had photographs of victims covering every wall. Most with names and ages written below. These were not elderly people. A lot of them were my age or younger. Fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters. They all left home that morning as normal, expecting a non ...
... did their own express tour of MOMA, whizzing through floors and past exhibits but they too very much enjoyed the works of the artists mentioned above. I looked at the 'installations' and sculptures from various angles trying to find the story, or meaning. I read the artists' explanations. I tried hard. Really hard. Nope. Still couldn't make it out. Some of the 'installations' and sculptures were, well, just weird and nonsensical. But maybe that's the whole point? Maybe ...
I swear flights are faster than they used to be, as it only took 3 hours and 29 minutes to get to Toronto from Vancouver. I remember that being almost a 5 hour flight back in the day. Once I got to Toronto I did the necessary connection through customs, then had breakfast. I boarded the plane....then waited. And waited longer. Turns out, according to the captain "Ladies and Gentleman, we have swapped aircrafts at the last moment, and it turns out our ...
... of the security guards that were helping us in our journey up the building. Our guard was friendly and reminded us of that New York City stereotype of a wise cracking New Yorker from one of the boughs of the city. At the entrance to the elevators was an exhibition area that includes one life size photograph of ironworkers installing the red iron that formed the skeleton of this building in the 1930’s. We felt a sense of familiarity as we have a smaller version of the ...
... still the Growler, a submarine you can walk through. How on earth those men coped inside it, I don't know. Especially the nine men who had to sleep on bunks in the small area where the missiles were stored and fired from. I'd have been sleeping sitting in a chair in the tiny mess room, if I was them. I got a photo of an item of equipment that Annie and Mel might be interested in. I'm sure they'd like one each. There's also still the Concorde ...
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