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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... been there to encourage me. I have always been a home body. I never went away to camp, I never wanted to be away from my mom, from my home, from my dog. But at 25, the time felt right for me to go off and have my big adventure. I'm going to have the most amazing adventure, I'm going to see so many things, I'm going to meet people from all over the world, I'm going to succeed at my internship and living abroad. In the end, I'll raise ...
... to focus on all the positive things about the trip with this fear in the back of my mind.
Six months ago I was in Tel Aviv having the most incredible time of my life. I knew while I was there, I had found a new home. I felt like I was with my people. Plus, the gelato can't be beaten. In all seriousness, my grandparents lived through a war, through years in concentration camps, for me to be able to be there. At home, in Israel. Once I ...
Good On You
A congratulatory term that resonates with me. The people of Australia are friendly and gracious. We enjoyed our time down under and "good on you" is just what I want to say to all the lovely Aussies we met along the way.
We left Sydney on Monday, March 24 at about 3:00 pm and arrived in San Fransisco on Monday, March 24 just before noon. This was my one chance to relive the same day, but all I wanted to do was ...
... of that man at first, but I think that's the air of decay speaking. Spotting that huge block made me wonder just how similar American and Russian cities were in the middle of the twentieth century-did they try to outcompete each other in austere architecture, even while American consumers were enjoying the products of greater wealth? Detroit, at least, could easily be a Russian city. I spotted a diner that looked uncrowded and walked round it, so as to comply with the instruction ...
... as Gorillas, a Bald Eagle and Vultures (one of which was very entertained with a watermelon).
I'm led to believe that the male lion (I didn't see him) was a gift from a Saudi Prince and sent on his private jet. Now I have this image of a lion sat in the back of a private jet being served raw zebra steaks (I'm guessing that's not what they mean!!!).
One of the more bizarre animals they have is the Red Panda ...