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... chose the human body. It was very good. They had every body part and examples of how stress and modern day living is impacting on the human body. In the afternoon, Ste and dad went to watch the Liverpool v arsenal game at Carraghers bar. Me mum and nina walked up to 5th avenue to go to f.a.o Schwartz but it was closed so we ...
... the 11am ferry to Ellis Island and
then Liberty Island before being back to New Jersey. We had a
fabulous time, it took 4 and a half hours and could easily have taken
6 or more. Cost for the Ferry tour was $81, a great day.
First was Ellis Island. This Island saw
12 million immigrants land and wait to be cleared for entry into USA.
2% of the people who travelled steerage in horrible conditions were
sent back for mainly ...
Onto the subway and across Central Park to the Neue Gallery to see the Gustav Klimt exhibition. They were pretty unreasonable with their security re water bottles and photography but we loved the picture of Adele Bloch-Bauer. Back on the bus to the Rockefeller Centre where we had some lunch and went through many hoops to get to the 67th floor. The view was stupendous and we had lots of fun with the cameras. By this time we were pretty tired but bravely ...
... Business in Europe" course at the University of Hanze in Groningen, the Netherlands. Lauren and I will be studying international communications, while Jenni will be studying international marketing. This program begins on May 21, 2015. Since The Honors College is funding the cost of the program, we took this opportunity to really experience Europe. We are heading to Europe now, two weeks early, and will ...
... least 20 sachets of tomato ketchup, mustard and syrup! Trinity was great again, with Vaughan Williams Te Deum in G, and O Taste and See. Beautiful! The Mass setting was written by one of the Afro-American choristers in a 'choral soul' style. Although it probably needs a bit more workshopping, it's great that young composers of church music who have that level of choral experience are being given the opportunity to have their works performed. Our fabulous preacher (who I ...