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... eating with a knife & fork. I turned to see they were all scooping with their forks. He said they were using fingers to hold their meat and tear it with their forks ..... Really !! they did all have a knife in the cutlery roll on the tables. He says they all scoff with their mouths open too, which he was not impressed by. Our choice of pudding was strawberry cheesecake or a 3 chocolate mousse, I declined, but did taste some of Andy's mousse, as I was already full. We left ...
... Conservatory. I
suspect this is the neighborhood where fictional cannibal Hannibal Lecter must
have lived and devoured his victims. Mount Vernon is a nice neighborhood to
walk around, and it was easy to find free street parking on the weekend for the
short walk to Inner Harbor.
Baltimore essentially has two major public art museums, the
second being the Walters Art Museum, a collection amassed by a father and ...
... said that it was the place to get them. They are a spherical fish cake made with locally caught crab, they were great but were so huge that I could only eat one and had to get the other to go. It was nice to be out and about getting some fresh air and wandering around. The area was worlds away from where I was staying but I still didn't enjoy it as much as other places. I don't know whether this was just as my opinions had been biased and that if I had have ...
... with a 555 phone number. I was there quietly swigging my shandy when a very angry old man came up to me and started going off on one about Mr Wong. Asking where I studied under him, for how long, and how dare he start teaching again. The man went on to rant about how Mr Wong was banned from the martial arts scene for illegally kicking this old man in the lower back during a fight. As such this man forever more has to **** through a straw. I mumbled a few things ...
... on the way home, in addition to the charge for parking at the museum. We were out $20 before stepping into the museum, which itself is free. Free, therefore, is a relative term. I mention this not to complain but to point out how things are different out here.
The main activity for today was the visit to the Udvar-Hazy Center, which is part of the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. To set the scene, ...