La Tour Belvedere
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... Kennedys owned several houses in the area. After a quick stop in Georgetown, I spent the afternoon exploring the Lincoln Memorial and reflecting pool.
One of the highlights of my week in DC was visiting the Newsuem- a museum that is completely dedicated to the history of the news. I managed to spend two whole days exploring the five floor museum. It included serious exhibits such as the fall of the Berlin Wall and the 9/11 attacks. Also, when the mood ...
... l'anxiété, la fatigue, le choléra etc. Bref, j'en ai bavé! Tant bien même que si j'étais parti il y a un an jour pour jour, mettons en janvier 2013, je serais parti en maudit, tanné, épuisé, en réaction, négatif, avec du ressentiment. Pas un beau tableau.
Mais depuis février dernier, la vie m'a fait cadeau de temps libre, d'une maîtrise en santé publique que je fais à la maison, de non-stress. Bref, une période privilégiée pour penser à mon petit ...
... the city or going home after a days work in the city.
Soon we were on the train we had requested an early meal and settled into the carriage and room the beds were standard fold down and the cabin steward said when we are ready just hang the sign on the door and he will come and fold it down for us, so after a bit of exploration of what's what in the cabin, the train took off and i literally mean that we slowly eased out of the station then next ...
... the city - stopped at a lookout to see the Montreal Olympic games stadium (1967). Apparently the tower - 175 ft slanted - wasn't complete for the games and the roof went on after (some 10 years after and then it tore and has since been replaced by a non retractable one.
We were then taken into ...
... Mine's unlocked, so when I get to a new country, it's extremely easy to buy a local SIM card for a few dollars and load it up with enough mobile data for however long I'll be there (which is REALLY cheap everywhere in the world that isn't Canada or the US, by the way). That way, whenever I'm somewhere without WiFi, I can usually get online if I need to. I just transfer the SIM card between my phone and my Rocket stick as ...