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... his letters. From here we took a tour of downtown Washington, taking in several monuments and buildings such as National Archives and the FBI's headquarters. Our final stop of the day was at what seemed to be the city's busiest sports bar to watch Germany destroy Brazil 7-1 in the World cup semifinal.
Our next day started with a trip down to the Capitol building. If the White House and its surrounding buildings are the governmental epicentre, this ...
... somewhat vague — is made bolder by Kruger’s signature palette of red, white and black that imitates the most aggressive forms of advertising.Imposing and cool to see.
“English Magic” Video, (2012), by Jeremy Deller-a 14-minute single-channel video that shares its title with the artist’s solo exhibition commissioned for the British Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale. According to Deller, this idiosyncratic collective ...
... Ms. Evan Ryan. Ms. Ryan then gave the keynote address, which we were then able to follow with asking her questions. For those of you that don't know who she is (I didn't initially either!), Evan Ryan is the U.S. Department of State Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs. To put it in a nutshell, John Kerry is her boss and she thanked and congratulated us on behalf of Mr. Kerry... AWESOME! She was incredibly interesting and she has a ...
... raining. Nothing compared to the
torrential downpours we experienced recently in Pensacola, but still a substantial amount of rain when your only mode of transportation are your feet.
So, instead of going out, I caught up on my blog posts (posting pictures takes forever, by the way). I know all of you appreciate my sacrifice. XD
The rain started clearing up around two, so I hopped in the shower and then picked out my clothes. ...
... weather, so I only got to see the Capitol and the Washington monument from afar. Abraham Lincoln Memorial and the White House were on my bucket list too... Well, definitely next time! But there are plenty of museums which are great places to kill time and save money as they are free. We picked the National Air and Space Museum, which was so big, that you could easily spend a whole day there.
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