Mason Global Center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the journey ahead as it was the overnight flight from DC to São Paulo (9 hrs) 4 hr layover then a 5.30 hour flight to Santiago. All in all from door to door about 24 hours.
An emotional farewell at the airport, but sadness soon led to irritation with the queues for immigration and security at Dulles Airport. It is not the best airport in the world for efficiency.
Flight was on time and I was upgraded to premium economy again - ...
... they aren’t; they meet real people,
living in real places, under real conditions, from the settlers of Gush
Etzion to the Palestinians in Hebron.
"The idea of MEJDI is that every person on our staff has to be in some
way committed to recognizing the dual narrative-ness of this region,”
said Shira Nesher, 24, one of the Israeli guides in Jerusalem. Nesher,
whose grandparents are all Holocaust survivors, served as ...
... I kind of got the impression that some of these folks forget that the whole thing is not for their personal amusement and that everything they have is actually owned by 'We the People' I understand that we live in a world were everyone is concerned about security but my experience was that if someone intended to do something nefarious at one of these places they could probably pull it off. After that we went to the Supreme Court building, ...
... the train and bus home. Zach has become very good with the trains and buses and is very confident about how to navigate to our destinations. The trains are his favorite part of the trip. Nick likes Anne's meals and loves her food. He said he has never eaten so well in his life! They take turns saying grace each night and lighting the candles and have done a wonderful job! We are very proud of ...
Today we planned to meet up with our college friend, Kelly, who now lives in DC. John, Kelly, and I all went to the National Zoo which was nice, but honestly the one in Columbus, OH, is way better. We ended up seeing most of the park, but it was crowded with a lot of loud kids running around everywhere while terrorizing the animals. It was terrible. So we ended the day at the zoo a little early, but we saw probably 3/4 of it. There was ...