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"You're in New York. Don't kill yourself" not funny man in the Marriott NYC upper east side "If you go downstairs, say your prayers because you need protection from the ten tons held to the ceiling by a single bolt" Judith tour guide at Museum of natural history "You can change the mouthpiece. Sounds like all politicians" Judith hilarious. Awesome tour. So glad I did ...
... population. Some of the history, struggles both past and present and traditions. A wonderful display of fine art of native product reflecting traditional dress and costumes all done by the grandmother, mother and daughter. Such fine intricate work, Museumed out we begin to head for home. A slight wrong turn leads us to a dead end but a wonderful sunset beginning! Turn and head for home. A long walk! I think of protesting but march on just like a Union Soldier! Back to our hood and yummy ...
... through Senate. I find it abhorrent that elected members of the government choose to hold their country hostage in this way.
Aside from navigating the shutdown, we had one key task to complete in Washington DC - obtain our visa for India. After numerous calls to the Foreign Office and various embassies, we had been told that we could effortlessly get our visa in DC as long as we had completed all of the online application. So, after yet another night bus, ...
... dream compared to Baltimore's... but the less said the better... actually I didn't take a shower for four days for fear that I would come out dirtier than when I went in. I also had dreams that once getting into my bunk bed I would not be able to get out of it - it was so small... And you remember I was telling you about the fire brigade going past my window every hour of the day - well last night they popped in! A young man put his dinner on ...
... From there, my host dropped me in town and I went to the Holocaust Memorial Museum. It had academically interesting footage of the Nuremberg trials, information and commentary on current events in Africa and Asia, and a touching wall of children's painted tiles. I signed a note that I would tell anyone visiting Washington, DC to go there because I think people need to see it. The Hall of Remembrance is very simple and very quiet. There are no words for what ...
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