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... intern gave me a tour of the Capitol! What an amazing place it is. Much smaller rooms/halls than I was expecting, but the underground corridors were very similar to those of Whitehall (shout out to the Sigma Squad - they are like the James Fraser tours of HMT basement). For those who have not experienced UK Government, Whitehall is all connected underground with corridors. That is the same for DC. It makes sense.
I saw the House of Representatives ...
... memories, stories, and events. I heard some marvelous sermons preached there by outstanding scholars and theologians from around the world. I had read lessons there, led prayers there and even preached a "Senior Sermon". I will never forget the shiver that ran through me as I stood behind the altar and "celebrated" my first Eucharist during Liturgics class and the awesomeness of what I was doing seemed to flood my being. We attended ...
... It was great to make a connection across the years. We even caught a glimpse of Shakespearean scholars in the actual library as they conducted their studies on authentic writings from the period. Much of Shakespeare's personal life remains unclear, so these scholars are working hard to unlock some of these mysteries. The tour concluded in the founders room; an elegant 16th century meeting room, with elegant wooden furnishings, ...
... designers all over the world. Not cheap, but the type of items you buy for life. if I would live there I would be a regular customer. Say once a year ;-)
A little farther, this Traditions de France furniture shop, lovely, and genuine French managers! Aaah I could speak a little French!
We finished the walk at the Torpedo factory that is transformed into a collection or artists workshops, you can see them work and buy if you ...
... to tell us all know that I do not know but at least it has provided us with plenty of giggles when we reminisce about it.
To calm ourselves down after our Shelbourn practice fire evacuation we went for a swim. We nearly drowned on several occasions as we just couldn’t stop laughing about and re-enacting our escape. Even now as I write this I have tears of laughter running down my cheeks thinking back to it. The lifeguard must ...