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... here. The original Wright Brothers plane, the first aircraft to break the sound barrier, the Hubble telescope for example. They also have the largest McDonalds we had ever seen. The girl that served us said there was only one bigger in Chicago. I don't really like McDonalds food but that was all that was there. They must contribute to the Museum we think. Even though I didn't cry at Arlington I did cry at the ...
... in the road. So he let us out about a block short of the metro. We then proceeded to take off our shoes and wade up to knee height in the water to get across the street and into the subway entrance. Funny thing is, we didn’t even question whether or not it was worth it, we were simply intent on making to the game on time. And somehow by the grace of God, we all managed to link up at the main subway spot in downtown Recife. So the ...
... each one belonging to an American who died
during the Vietnam War. Just as at Arlington, it is hard to not become a little
misty eyed as you scan the seemingly endless list of young lives cut short for
About this time Eugene and Millie had to leave as they had a
family event to attend. Kids can be so damned needy. Scott decided we needed to
eat, so we climbed on board his SUV and he drove us somewhere ...
... sculpture garden that had many bronze castings of some famous works. Rodin's Balzac and Calder's Sky Hooks. Also, there is a Pomodoro work called Sphere #6 which is slightly smaller but very much like a similar sphere at Trinity College in Dublin that I saw last summer.
Next I popped over to the Natural History Museum where, I am quite sure, every eighth grader inn D.C. was visiting that day. I know ...
Tuesday 8 April This morning we farwelled New York and Distrikt Hotel, catching the North East Regional train from Penn Station to Washington's Union Station. The 3.5 hour route took us through working class areas of Jersey City, Wilmington, Baltimore and finally into DC, which was really interesting to see rushing past through the train windows. From Union Station, where the regional trains terminated, we needed to hop onto a metro train where we got off at Dupont Circle station ...