Monthly Archives: September 2005

The Back Bay in Boston

America’s largest and most impressive repository of Victorian architecture can be found in Back Bay. Graceful brownstones adorn tree-lined avenues of stylish boutiques, antique shops, art galleries, and world-famous designer stores.   The gold-domed State House fronts Beacon Street, served … Continue reading

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The Freedom Trail: Birthplace of a Nation

Boston is located on the northeastern Atlantic Coast on Massachusetts Bay. It is a major center of American history, culture, and learning. It has more sites directly related to the American Revolution than any other city. The most important of these … Continue reading

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The World’s Premier Horticultural Display: Longwood Gardens

Longwood Gardens, a country estate garden of the 1920s, is a celebration of horticulture, architecture, music, and theater.   Reading history, I realize that Pierre du Pont, chairman of the Dupont and General Motors Companies, was Longwood’s owner and architect. … Continue reading

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Adventures in Heroism: Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

One of the most successful ships in US History is now a national historic landmark, and one of the most unique attractions in New York City.   Five blocks west of Times Square, docked at Pier 86 in the Hudson … Continue reading

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Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

Looking toward the Verrazano Bridge, which connects Staten Island and Brooklyn, Liberty Island and Ellis Island seem to float majestically on New York Bay.   Nowhere else on earth is there a symbol that expresses the concept and ideals of … Continue reading

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Big Apple New York City

With its skyscrapers and bright lights, New York is a city of superlatives. It has over 150 museums, 900 art galleries, 38 Broadway theatres, 18,000 restaurants, 2,000 bars and nightclubs, 30 department stores, 150 movie theatres, 300 libraries, 1700 parks … Continue reading

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岁月

侥幸  建立在   他人痛苦上的  欣慰   自私  而   狭隘   不知  时间    地点的     紧逼   当事人   从来  不自知   彼此的      链接   渐渐    消弭   感情   悄悄    诋毁   联系   慢慢    浅止   年月流逝   原先的        欣赏    认可    热爱   已  不复在

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