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... housed in a Renaissance-style palazzo they built for its display and
ultimately bequeathed to the city. The collection, thus, entirely reflects
their tastes and interests and is heavy on classical art and European art
through the 19th century. They finished their acquiring before they
could get their hands on much that we now call modern. In any event, though, it’s
a great private (now public) collection.
... was going to be something that I had never seen before and we rushed down to the ER; when we got into the resuscitation bay we realised that it was a mock but it was still interesting to see. I even got pulled in to help with chest compressions as the scenario progressed. If it was a genuine case I would not have been allowed to assist due to liability but as it was only ...
... girl behind the counter describes it as feeling like severe sunburn which is a pretty accurate analogy. Apparently they are addictive but I can't say I'm in any rush for another. So for a city I wasn't even planning on visiting I've come away with a couple of different suveniors... Back at the harbour I'd missed te racing and the tower was closed but I did come across a Hooters. It's one of the Americanisms I've been meaning to try but this is the first one I've seen. ...
... artwork is a tangible symbol that represents the conscious awareness of the existence of such a state. A memory of time that has passed, but was once indeed the present, and was as urgent and relevant as the so-called present seems to be at this very moment. I chose to preserve my experience in the East Coast as a black outline of the state of Maryland on my right shoulder blade. I went to Read Street Tattoos with Miranda's sister Chenoa who, in many ways, has become like my ...
... from the Ali Ghan Shrine (they’re sponsoring both the Hagerstown and the Cumberland dates for the circus) who we met at the Shrine Club dinner the other week. He set us up next to his brother’s business in an industrial park (with electric!) and then asked if we’d had dinner yet. We said no and he said he was treating. Love those Shriners! We ate at a local diner (Always Rays) and had great conversation over beer. Really looking forward to ...