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... of NYC as far up the Hudson River as Edgewater Landing and as far down as the Brooklyn Bridge. Once the ferry guys realized we were on the wrong boat (and so did we!) they ..."just dealt with it”! They were great. It was a beautiful night. We were the only 2 on the boat at one point and it was lovely! The best part though, was when the Captain of our ferry boat bellowed on his megaphone at one of the stops where folks were boarding (for all to hear for ...
“I too, am an Epicurean. I consider the genuine (not the imputed) doctrines of Epicurus as containing everything rational in moral philosophy which Greece
and Rome have left us.”
Charlottesville, Virginia is the county seat of Albemarle County with a population of 43,475. It is named after Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the queen consort, wife of George III, of the United ...
Another day of exploring.... Visited the Holocaust Museum, very well done and harrowing. Then off to the sculpture garden, the old post office for a view. Then shopping... We then headed off to a baseball game Washington Nationals vs NY Mets, however foiled by the ...
Today we had a 10:30 am Capitol building tour, so we decided to visit the Library of Congress beforehand. This turned out to be a good decision. The interior is beautiful and we managed to go through a newly opened exhibition on the Civil Rights movement, it is the 50 th anniversary of the movement. This was a very interesting and informative exhibit and took up our time so we decided we would return after the Capitol tour and go on a Library tour which are on ...
... So informative and knowledgeable. We learnt so much from him (which I've partially forgotten cause my middle name's Dory). Its the best way to see and appreciate DC and all its history! This is where Tim took us:
- The White House: so tiny and insignificant in real life but tick! off the bucket list.
- The Lincoln Memorial: it looks like the Lincoln statue in The Simpsons! Theres also an inscription of "I have a dream" from Martin Luther ...