The Mansion on O Street
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... planned out city, with wide roads and big footpaths. Liked it immediately. We walked to the Lincoln memorial and it was a really moving moment, to be in that space. I didn't expect to be moved, as such, but found it really emotional. Beautiful memorial. From there we walked to the Martin Luther King memorial, and again found it to be beautifully done and very moving. The whole memorial is surrounded by quotes from King. ...
... burglers to come down from the ceiling and replace it with a potato or something!) so we decided to skedaddle to the next exhibit. Although there were no dinosaur bones, there was an exhibit with animal skeletons which was pretty amazing. Its fun seeing how much we look like apes and how few bones a turtle has. Snakes were particularly interesting as they are pretty much just one long vertebra with ribs and a skull. After all this learning we were starving so we went to ...
... We saw people just dealing with it...whatever the “it” of the moment was. And to give them credit, they do deal with it and they get on with it. Think about what New Yorkers had to live through and overcome after 9/11. They are not afraid to say what’s on their mind. And they are direct and I loved that part about New York and the people who live here. They are straight forward. It takes time to understand what folks in this city live with ...
... two collections of related art
is a little confusing. Why are they separate? I’m not entirely clear on that.
The American Art Museum is supposed to have one of the largest collections of
American art in the world, although it seems like only some of the highlights
are on permanent display with much of the museum’s space devoted to ...
... 1964. Since then the image has been used on the US postage stamp and made into several sculptures around the world. Thomas and I saw one of the sculptures when we went to Philadelphia back in February.
On Thursday I had another NY fire alarm situation. It was also another experience with my parents in my building creating mayhem (remember the suitcase lift scenario when we were heading off to Boston). I was peacefully taking out the ...