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... cool. We started the museum by choosing a spy identity and as we wandered around we had to answer questions about our identity to see if we would pass as a spy. Happy to report I passed with flying colours.... but as for Tom....!!
There was so much information about famous spies, how spies have been caught, disguises, movies.... was great. We were there for ages - as we left the line was long to get in so glad we got there early!
... peaking around every corner. Like Bobby Orr's famous Stanley Cup goal....(my dad will like this!!)
We went to Martha’s Vineyard for a full day of cycling and poking about. One of island's towns,Edgartown, is well known as having been one of the primary ports for the whaling industry during the 1800s. Ships from all over the world would dock in its sheltered bay and captains would build grand mansions for their families. It was fun to see the contrast ...
... art of the western world from
the Middle Ages to the early 20th century, as well as a restaurant,
cafeteria, gift shop and book store. The lower level also seems almost
forgotten in the sense that those galleries seemed to have rather few visitors,
while the painting galleries on the upper level were mobbed on a weekday
afternoon. But that’s partly because of one of the great things about the
... br> We saw a bakery shop that was in the middle of making cookies but we didn't go in coz it was full of customers.
We found a burger joint for dinner and it was quite reasonably priced.
After that we went to The Ellington.
We had fried icecream for dessert. Gail thought it was to die for.
Back to the hotel for an early night after a big day.
... and found other kids waiting. I had tears rolling down my eyes at a pretty consistent rate and when we walked in the next exhibit, Nina had to cradle me as many of the artifacts in the room were from the Ghettos and trains. For example, when I realized that we were walking on brick from the Warsaw Ghetto, I nearly shrieked, and when we walked in one of the cargo trains that people were transported to concentration camps on, I sobbed uncontrollably. ...