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A tale of two malls

There are really only two Malls in the US. The National Mall is located in the middle of Washington, DC and is about 2 miles long and 1/3 mile wide. The park was originally designed by Pierre L’Enfant in 1791 […]

Nation's Capital on the National Mall

A tale of two malls

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There are really only two Malls in the US. The National Mall is located in the middle of Washington, DC and is about 2 miles long and 1/3 mile wide. The park was originally designed by Pierre L’Enfant in 1791 […]

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Dining in Lowertown St Paul

There is a 16 block area in downtown St Paul, Minnesota, known as the Lowertown Heritage Preservation District listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It

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Moving to Minnesota

I am working on my 30th move. I have now arrived at my destination but my furniture and boxes don’t arrive for another week. St Paul, Minnesota. It was

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Teen madness in Greece

When I was 16 I went on a school trip to Greece. In preparation my friend Angela and I decided we should learn some Greek. We specially liked the phrase

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Armistice Day at the Tower of London

Armistice Day was established to commemorate the end of World War I and to honor those who died in war. After World War II the name was changed to

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Daytripping in Middleburg, Virginia

I spent Sunday in Middleburg, Virginia, sightseeing and enjoying the scenery. It seemed to be a busy day in Middleburg as we weren’t able to get a reservation for

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Apartment life on the other side of the world

The city of Moscow had a centralized heating system and hot water came into the apartment in pipes from the heating plant closest to you. Every summer these plants

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Dining Georgian Style

U Pirosmani is a Georgian restaurant we liked to go to in Moscow. It was located across the street from the Novodevichi Convent. The convent was originally built in

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My Burma memories in photos

I was wandering around the National Gallery of Art the other day and stumbled across the exhibit “Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852-1860." Since I was

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The Art of Bullfighting

Soon after moving to Mexico City my whole family went to our first bullfight. My mother describes it:“We had good seats on the sunny side quite near the ring

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