Inns of Virginia - Woodbridge
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... This is lovely and a welcome break from the usual indoor exhibits. There are the usual suspects, such as Moore, Calder and Flanagan. More unusual is a house by Liechtenstein which appears to change as we walk by it. Ethan is keen to see the dinosaur hall at the Natural History museum and so although we are all a bit "museumed out", we psych ourselves up for this. What can I say. It is well done but I am not a dinosaur nerd ...
... top that he loved since his youth (with the help of some 100 slaves) to build Monticello. The house and grounds are spectacular. We were even treated by a Fife and Drum Corps playing on the lawn today. Very cool. The house is just filled with his many inventions. Like the first copy machine...say what? One pen connected to another so when he wrote, a copy was automatically made of his writing. Ingenious! They have almost all of the ...
... 8220;Tesco.” Cheryl warned us before we got there that it was going to be a mad house, and considering it was the day before Easter, it might even been worse than normal. It was a very busy Saturday at Tesco and a bit overwhelming, but nothing that I had never seen or experienced before in my shopping experience. Allison and I picked up some treats for friends and loved ones (and maybe for ourselves too) and the three of us made our way to the checkout. In ...
... and Obama posters platered all over the place. Never mind the thermostat read 28 degrees on the smart phone - the vibrance of the city made us feel warm & fuzzy all over!
The town was ablaze with all things Barrack and Michelle and it felt great. For once, we were in a setting where most folks felt just like us, and we did not have to keep a "lid" on our feeling either - it was very liberating! One would think that 2 ...
... with high elevations and high pillars. On the inside walls are the scriptures mentioning the human rights and equality of all men. On the stairs are inscriptions of the words of Martin Luther King. It is interesting to see recent Hero’s being immortalized like the Egyptian Pharaohs.
The temple is facing the Obelisk with a large water body in between, the whole view is very serene and it was bright beautiful evening with chilly winds blowing.
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