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... to emphasize several artists.
Next up was the Walters Art Museum.
What I liked:
* They have a few gems, including a nice Monet.
* Also free!
What I didn't like:
* Due to it being a single benefactor's collection, it feels idiosyncratic.
* Can't beat the price, but not worth going out of your way to visit.
In the afternoon, I walked around the harbor area and got a great ...
... THere is a waterfront with piers that a lot of richer people come to enjoy their nights out.
I woke up around 730 AM and got a few pancakes for breakfast, which were provided for free by my hostel. Most hostels that have free pancakes have real ****** pancakes, but this hostel gave out blueberries, which made it a lot better. We were out the door at 8:00 and our first stop was across the road from our hostel. This stop was a cathedral ...
... someone, extend your arm, palm down, and move your fingers in a scratching motion. Never point with your index finger. Do not pour your own drink, but do offer to pour others'. To refuse is an insult. Women pour men's drinks, but a woman may pour her own drink. Leave some drink in your glass if you don't want a refill. Always allow your host to seat you. The seat of honor is the seat looking at the front door. If you are seated in ...
... tired I am! Between lawnmowing and kickboxing - and now work and kickboxing - I don't have the time or energy for much else. Guess I'm just getting old. (Mom and dad can attest that sometimes I fall asleep in the chair after Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy.)
Mom and I have kept ourselves busy with lots of Farmers Markets in the fall, Arts/Crafts festivals, and Swedish Bazaars. This feeds our food cravings with so many different options, and we love to see all ...
... about my dream and what it meant. It was during a contemplative moment such as this when I looked up and realized that the sky had become dark and menacing. The sunlight had disappeared and was replaced by clouds that were almost black and were lined thinly with vague remnants of the golden rays which had ruled the skyline only a few minutes earlier. Little droplets of baby rain-spots began to splatter onto my windshield and, to my dismay, were multiplying by the second. Two ...