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... apparently went down with the ship. As his passion couldn't be fulfilled his mother donated 2 million to Harvard to build a library in his name with 3 rules, it had to have a replica of his work station made with fresh flowers replaced everyday, no alterations were allowed to be made to the building and apparently everyone had to learn to swim before they graduated - which is a little bit of a myth. As the book collection grew they weren't allowed to change the building ...
One year ago, I was privileged to travel to Poland and Israel and to see with my own eyes the amazing Jewish story of the past 70 years - the miracle of the Jewish world going from "shibbud l'geulah" - from bondage to redemption- in our own time.
As I sat in shul during Yom Kippur I was amazed how many of our ancient national prayers were answered. Our plea, “V’korev pizureinu mibeyn hagoyim” – and our dispersed ...
Drove 108 miles in 1.5 hours.
Woke up to a beautiful sunny day and got moving (relatively) early for us at around 10.30 am. You can always tell how close you are to a major city by the margin above the speed limit that is considered reasonable. In the sleepy mid-west and northern New England everybody sat on or below the limit. On our drive to Boston at least a 15 mph leeway seemed to be the norm, who am I to argue, so we just ...
... time the train was running 3 3/4 hours late so a princely 26 hours on the train.
Very glad to arrive in Chicago- no messing around straight into a taxi and on to our hostel.
Small fly in the ointment was that after a night in Chicago we were on the train to Denver! We knew (but Ruth and James didn't ) that we had booked a sleeper. They were really great and took it all in their stride- thanks mostly to our relaxing time on Cape Cos.
... it was one of the best meals they have had out here!
That afternoon we went to the Boston Tea Party museum. It was a real highlight of our trip to Boston. Located on the Congress Street Bridge, it’s a floating museum which was unlike anything we had experienced before. We were transported back in time to take part in the famous event that forever changed the course of American history. We met ...