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... and interesting brushwork, especially on the road section.
* They have a very large collection of works by Matisse, both paintings and sculptures.
* An entire room devoted to pop art by Andy Warhol.
* A nice sculpture garden.
What I didn't like:
* It's was a bit confusing finding your way around. I wound up backtracking several times.
* Definitely worth checking out, I like how they ...
... We jumped the queue to the front of the line and I was wearing a hat, a hooded sweatshirt and cargo pants, which looked way out of place for medical students, but I still got in for free. I actually had to google John Hopkins on the way in just to make sure I didn't screw up any stories. I was only in the club for 15 minutes and it was a bit too crowded for me. As grungy as Baltimore can be, there are really nice parts of it for all kinds ...
The last time my aunt visited Korea was 36 years ago. It'll be interesting for her to see how much Korea has changed or stayed the same since then. Here are some useful facts that I'll take with me on my trip.., 1,000 won is about $1 No tipping at restaurants; it's considered offensive. Hand something to a person with both hands. Family style meals are common with chopsticks. Don't cross legs; one must avoid showing the soles of feet. ...
... won, we lost, we laughed, and we ate. Oh yes. I forgot how much I missed Maryland crab dip.
On the 8th of November I had a lovely birthday and a busy birthday weekend of partying. Ok, it wasn't all a party for me. We also had a Maryland wedding reception for Betty and Brad - my "adoptive" California parents. They were the only people I knew in California when I first went out there, and they checked in on me and treated me to much-needed family dinners every once in ...
... and had mushroomed out with thick gooey-ness that just barely melted over the mountaintops. The scenery was incredible, and I thought many times during my drive that I should get out and take a picture, but the stress of driving coupled with my determination to arrive at the next destination on schedule prevented me from doing so. I pressed on, laying my foot down heavily on the accelerator and speeding through much of the first few hundred miles of Tennessee, listening to CDs ...