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Legalized Sin in the City Days 1 and 2: Amsterdam

When you think of Amsterdam, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Usually you can divide people by what they say: legalized drugs and the Red Light District, but maybe you get a few who think of windmills. 1,896 more words

Art/Museums

The Visitor

Iron Age roundhouse, Butser Ancient Farm. iPhone.

Photography

Dialogue

Since my emotionally tumultuous return from Manchester to the United States last month, I’ve been offered a job at the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) based in Washington, D.C.* ASTC promotes and advocates for science museums around the globe; the association also offers an annual conference hosted by one of its member institutions during which members and nonmembers alike can mingle, network, attend noteworthy sessions on a variety of museum- and science-related topics, and experience first-hand what colleagues in the field are doing. 377 more words

Museums

10/22/14 Al

Itinerary:
10/22-31 Albuquerque, NM
10/31-11/6 On the road to Indio, CA
11/6-9 Indio, CA (RIVCO—Square Dance)
11/9-10 On the road to Santa Clarita, CA
11/11-unknown Final Touch Coach Works, Santa Clarita (we don’t know how long it will take for repairs) 1,711 more words

2014 Retirement

Florence. Italy.

I even don’t know with what to start… everything in this Italian city is a treasure: architecture itself with all those details you don’t want to miss, street lights, museums, shops, restaurants, and people- Florentini and tourists. 30 more words

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Days 4 and 5 – Nashville Tennessee

Saturday morning was cloudy and cool again, a good day to be on the road again, heading towards Nashville. At the Tennessee Welcome Center we thought we should call to book a campsite. 626 more words

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