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... such as Elizabeth Taylor and the Duchess of Windsor. Early this year, Cartier mounted a huge exhibit at the Grand Palais in Paris. But Denver's exhibit was created solely for DAM and, while smaller than the one at the Grand Palais, is beautifully displayed with some of the best of the ...
... but coming out of the Black Hills and the all of what we saw of Nebraska was incredibly boring. No towns for miles and when there is one they look completely dilapidated.
We should be going to the Rockys but instead we are heading into Denver to stay at another cheap hotel/motel on the outskirts as we were expecting flash floods and storms. As far back as Nebraska I’d been expecting the weather to change and for us to drive into ...
Ruth needed room to unpack her growing number of soft toys ( Macdonalds freebies plus Enderman of New York and Rabbity) and not have James in her space as had happened in Cape Cod.
Anne wanted a SatNav and was willing to pay for it (Tom had brought maps from UK) Anne was not moving on it.
Tom wanted a car with a bit of oomph as we were going over the Rockies, the Colorado Plain and Death Valley.
All were sorted by our new best friend - ...
... Crocker Park-esque mall). Having skipped dinner (or as Jae would say "drank our dinner") I convinced him to stop at Del Taco for late night grub. It was oddly similar to Taco Bell except for the somewhat confusing addition of French fries on the menu- and $3.23 later - armed with hot sauce packets we slinked back into the hotel room - carrying our rather conspicuous bag of cheap Mexican goodness. ...
... carriers aren't made with screws anymore and it took two agents and myself to get it put together! Everyone is super nice and wants to see him. He did great until the plane took out and then he was freaking out under the seat and meowed off and on during the flight.
It's exciting and hard all at the same time. ...