Saturday, April 5, 2008

Quote of the Day

The traveller's impressions of a place are necessarily different from those of it's inhabitants. Beauties stir him, or austerities depress him because he sees them once and is gone; the keen edge both of admiration and of rebellion is generally blunted in those who have to see them every day.

Thomas Wood


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