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... the same issues today. There was a letter on display from Albert Einstein to Eleanor Roosevelt pleading with her to speak to her husband about letting more people escape the horror of the war. It was very difficult to read about all of the different tragedies and struggles and to see the faces of so many people that died in the Holocaust. It was an incredibly moving exhibit. The whole place was just fascinating. I got myself ...
... the whole "we were in a big black dome" aspect. By this stage we were getting hungry so headed to the cafeteria, and quickly headed straight back out when we saw the prices! We only had one more scheduled event before our time was our own again, so we went to the butterfly inclosure and decided to eat after. Now anyone who knows me knows I'm not a fan of insects. They fly at my hair and get stuck, all the while flapping their wings ...
... on the victims name on the day of their birthday. Even though there were so many people there for the morning ceremony, it was so peaceful. There were police, firemen, etc all in their dress uniforms. We met a wonderful character who was polishing the dedication wall on the way in. (I believe ha was a homeless man dressed in his finery for the day) He spoke about what happened that day and spoke of hoe the people ...
... seeing James Franco on stage. Darren and Cooper came back to Times Square and it was crazy busy, theatre people everywhere. On our way I saw people taking photos of someone in a limo, it turned out to be Woody Allen. Small little man. The play was amazing, Chris O'Dowd was amazing. (He was in The Sapphires) The ending was powerful. Standing Ovations and a ...
... the presently overcrowded streets (The Bangalore Paradox). This has made the easy approach of commuting a major dilemma. The poor road techniques make a modest 7 mile drive consider approximately an hour to comprehensive. Other problems contain a h2o shortage, inadequate sewers, and an erratic electricity offer (The Bangalore Paradox). Samuel Paul of the General public Affairs Centre, an place of work that evaluations the government's functionality, claims ...
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