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... Federal Hill. It started to rain, so I went into the National Aquarium.
What I liked:
* The fierce looking caimen were very active.
* Feeding time with the puffer fish was quite comical.
What I didn't like:
* The shark exhibit was just a circular design with them swimming in circles.
* No really large tanks with different types of fish.
* A little too pricey.
* Unless you have never been ...
... supposedly the first cathedral in America. I was in San Antonio last week and they said they had the oldest cathedral in America, so I'm not sure what the truth is, but they both claim the same thing. Our next stop was Edgar Allen Poe's House. We actually passed Lexington Market, which is the biggest market in Maryland on the way there. Poe was buried inside the fences that are owned by a church. A lot of his family members are also buried ...
... of honor, it is polite to protest slightly. The person who invites pays the bill for everyone, but it's polite to offer to pay. When two people are dining, usually the younger person pays. Deny a compliment. Don't say "thank you." It is considered impolite. Never expect Koreans to admit to not knowing an answer when questioned. They may give an incorrect answer or an answer they think you would like to hear (this may be problematic ...
... scarves, hats, and trinkets. It's probably a good thing these are coming to and end in the winter, or else we won't have any spending money for Christmas!
As much as I was looking forward to working again, my free time also gave me the chance to catch up with a bunch of my nurse friends. My good friend Elizabeth, who started at WCH around the same time I did in 2008, is going back to Australia. She is originally from there and has been traveling here in the US ...
... it was storming and raining with such an intensity that there was literally no visibility on the highway. I had flipped the switch to turn on my malfunctioning, withered windshield wipers but it was to no avail. I pulled over to the side of the road, put my emergency blinkers on and watched the pouring rainwater dance maniacally on the windshield before they were quickly smeared into a mixture of mud, grease and bug intestines thanks to my useless windshield wipers. I silently ...