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赣州人民医院生殖泌尿外科会昌县人民医院男科电话赣州男科2014排名 1.Russians1.俄罗斯人Scientists still cannot agree on their origins and answer the question when Russians became Russian.The ancestry of Russians were sought among Normans, Scythians, and Sarmatians, and even the South Siberian Usuns.俄罗斯人从何而来?究竟又是何时成为如今的俄罗斯人?科学家们意见不一,也无从回答。诺曼人、斯基泰人、萨尔马特人和南西伯利亚乌孙人里都有俄罗斯人的祖先。2.Maya2.玛雅人Some scientists believe that they are connected to legendary atlantes, others suppose their ancestors were Egyptians.The Maya created an efficient agricultural system, had deep astronomy knowledge.Their calendar was used by other peoples of Central America.Maya applied hieroglyphic writing system.Now it seems that the Maya came from nowhere and disappeared nowhere.有部分科学家认为玛雅人和传奇的男像柱有关,另一些科学家认为玛雅人的祖先是欧洲人。玛雅人发明了高效的农业体系,有深厚的天文学知识。中美其他民族都用玛雅人的日历。玛雅人运用象形文字书写体系。如今,似乎无人知晓玛雅人从何而来,又如何销声匿迹的。3.Prussians3.普鲁士人Their origin itself is a mystery too.It was firstly mentioned in the IX century in the records of an anonymous merchant and later in Polish and German chronicles.Linguists find its analogies in various Indo-European languages.In the XVII began the history of Prussianism.普鲁士人源自何方也是个谜。最初在9世纪某无名商人的记录中有记载,后来在波兰和德国的编年史中有所提及。语言学家发现在印欧语系的多门语言中都能找到与其相类似的。普鲁士精神始于17世纪。4.Sumerians4.苏美尔人Must be one of the most mysterious peoples in the ancient world.We know nothing about their origin and nothing about the origin of their language.The Sumerians were rather advanced – they became the first in the Near East to use a wheel, to create an irrigation system and their unique writing, besides, they were impressively good at maths and astronomy.苏美尔人一定是古时最神秘的种族之一,对于其起源及语言我们一无所知。苏美尔人一度非常先进,在近东地区最先使用轮子、创造了灌溉系统和独一无二的书写体系。此外,苏美尔人数学和天文学水平尤为出众。5.Gipsies5.吉普赛人According to the linguistic and genetic researches, ancestors of the Gipsies left the territory of India in the amount that did not exceed 1000 people.Today there are approximately 10 million Gipsies in the world.In the Middle Ages Europeans believed that Gipsies were Egyptians.根据语言学和遗传学研究发现,吉普赛人的祖先离开印度领土的时候人数不超过1000人。而今,世界有一千万吉普赛人。中世纪的欧洲人认为吉普赛人是欧洲人。6.Philistines6.腓力斯人The Philistines are the most mysterious peoples mentioned in the Bible.Only them and Hittites knew the technology of steel production and they marked the start of the Iron Age.According to the Bible, the Philistines originate from Caphtor Island (Crete).腓力斯人是《圣经》中提到最为神秘的种族。只有腓力斯人和赫梯人了解钢铁生产技术,标志了铁器时代的开始。《圣经》上说腓力斯人来自迦斐托岛(克里特岛)。7.Basques7.巴斯克人The Basque language, Euskara, is believed to be the only relic pre-Indo-European language that does not belong to any language group that exists today.According to the research of National Geographic made in 2012 all Basques have a set of genes that are pretty much different from those of other peoples around them.巴斯克语被视为文化遗产,是唯一不属于任何语言群体的前印欧语系语言。根据《国家地理》2012年的研究,所有巴斯克人都有一组与其周边种族大不相同的基因。8.Sarmatians8.萨尔马特人The Sarmatians left a lot of secrets.Perhaps they had matriarchy, some scientists suppose that Russian kokoshnik was invented by the Sarmatians.These people had a tradition of an artificial skull deformation, that enabled people to have egg-shaped heads.萨尔马特人有许多秘密。也许他们是母系社会,一些科学家认为俄罗斯卡柯史尼克(卡柯史尼克头冠)就是萨尔马特人发明的。萨尔马特人有人工颅骨变形的传统,让人可以拥有鸡蛋形状的头颅。 /201601/419257瑞金市医院割痔疮多少钱

龙南县中医院泌尿系统在线咨询High blood pressure is one of the main causes of heart disease, stroke and premature death in Europe and North America, with about one in three adults afflicted by the condition.在欧洲和北美,高血压是导致心脏病、中风和过早死亡的主要原因之一,约三分之一的成年人患有高血压。There are 152,000 strokes in the UK alone each year, resulting in 41,000 deaths, according to the National Health Service, yet an estimated 30 per cent of people who have high blood pressure don’t even know they have a problem.英国国民健康务(NHS)的数据显示,英国每年发生中风15.2万例,导致4.1万人死亡。不过,约30%的高血压患者甚至不知自己身体有恙。Under current guidelines in Europe, people are considered to have high blood pressure, known medically as hypertension, if their systolic blood pressure, the first of two numbers usually recorded, is above 140mm Hg, or millimetres of mercury.根据欧洲现行的参考指标,如果一个人的收缩压高于140毫米汞柱(mm Hg)——通常记录的两项血压值中的前一项——就可认为患有高血压(医学名为hypertension)。But a study released in the US last month may force doctors to rethink their approach to the problem.但上月美国发表的一项研究成果,或许会迫使医生们反思治疗高血压的方法。The National Institutes of Health study, known as the systolic blood pressure intervention trial (Sprint), followed 9,300 people who were over the age of 50. The trial found that people given medication to lower their blood pressure to 120mm Hg, or 20mm Hg below the previous target, suffered a third fewer heart attacks, heart failure and strokes than control groups. The risk of death declined by a quarter.美国国立卫生研究院(National Institutes of Health,简称NIH)的这项名为“收缩压干预试验”(Sprint)的研究,追踪了9300名50岁以上的研究对象。试验发现,通过药把血压降到120mm Hg、或者比之前目标低20mm Hg的人,心脏病发作、心力衰竭和中风的概率比对照组少三分之一。死亡风险下降了四分之一。The study was so successful that it was ended a year earlier than planned.研究非常成功,比预期提前一年便结束了。The problem is that in order to reach these reduced levels, patients were given a cocktail of three medications. When I asked Paul Thompson, a cardiologist in Hartford, Connecticut, if he has changed his treatment for hypertension as a result, he says “not really”. The main reason, he notes, is the difficulty in getting patients to adhere to such a complicated drug regimen.问题在于,为了把血压降到上述水平,患者需要用三种药物。当我询问康涅狄格州哈特福特的心血管专家保罗搠湬森(Paul Thompson),他是否因此改变了高血压治疗方法时,他说,“没有”。他指出,主要原因在于,让患者遵循如此复杂的药方案是有难度的。“We always have to remember that folks in studies are different from folks in the office,” Dr Thompson says.“我们始终必须记住,研究对象跟办公室里的人是不同的,”汤普森说。When I ask the same question of Rhian Touyz, the director of the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Science at the University of Glasgow, she says she is awaiting the full results of the Sprint study, which will be formally presented at a conference in Florida next month, before making any change in recommendations in medications.当我向格拉斯哥大学(University of Glasgow)心血管和医学科学研究所(Cardiovascular and Medical Science)所长里安堠志(Rhian Touyz)提出相同问题时,她说,她在等待Sprint研究项目的完整结果——将于下个月在佛罗里达州的一次大会上正式公布——然后才会决定是否对用药建议进行更改。However, Professor Touyz does note that lifestyle changes are the first line of defence against hypertension.不过托志教授指出,改变生活方式是对抗高血压的第一道防线。One of the biggest contributors to high blood pressure is the large amount of salt in western diets, not only what we add from the shaker but what is hidden in prepackaged foods and beverages such as breakfast cereals and sports drinks.造成高血压的最重要因素之一,是西方饮食中盐的含量偏高,不但有我们用调味瓶添加的盐,还有隐藏在预包装食品和饮料(比如早餐谷物和运动饮料)中的盐。It has been known for 50 years that people who eat a low salt diet (under 2g a day) are free from the blood pressure problems common in western industrial countries.在西方工业国家,血压问题很常见。而人们50年前就知道,低盐饮食(每日低于2克)的人不会出血压问题。The NHS recommends eating no more than 6g of salt, or 2.4g of sodium a day.NHS建议,每日盐摄入量不要超过6克,也就是说,钠摄入量不超过2.4克。Prof Touyz says that cutting salt intake is only one of several lifestyle changes she recommends. The others include exercising four times a week for 30-40 minutes, cutting alcohol consumption and eating a diet high in fruit and vegetables.托志教授表示,减少盐摄入量只是通过改变生活方式降低血压的几种建议之一。其他还包括每周锻炼四次、每次30至40分钟,少喝酒,多吃水果和蔬菜。So get your blood pressure checked. For those who have high blood pressure, it would help to increase consumption of kale, spinach, beets and beetroot juice, which are rich in nitrates. The nitrates become nitric oxide in the body, which is a natural dilator of blood vessels, significantly lowering blood pressure.所以,把你的血压控制住。对于高血压患者,多摄入羽衣甘蓝、菠菜、甜菜和甜菜根汁等富含硝酸盐的食物是有好处的。硝酸盐在人体内会变成一氧化氮,一氧化氮是天然的血管扩张器,能够明显降低血压。 /201510/405252崇义县不孕不育医院预约挂号 于都县中医院治疗包皮包茎多少钱

赣州南康医院预约The theme for this year’s annual Danish Cabinetmakers’ autumn exhibition — held at the Oregaard Museum in Copenhagen in September and due to travel to Paris’s Maison du Danemark in January — was “petite”, the designs being a maximum size of 60cm by 60cm. But looking at the furniture by the 30 exhibitors, the brief could have been something else entirely.今年九月在首都哥本哈根的奥雷加德物馆(Oregaard Museum)举行的丹麦家具匠师作品展(Danish Cabinetmakers’ autumn exhibition),主题确定为“小”,它规定最大的参展品尺寸不能超过60厘米ⅹ60厘米。但走马观花30位展商推出的家具后,着实让人叹为观止。From TAF’s metal champagne tray table to Norm Architects’ three-legged folding chair, the designs resemble a line drawing turned into furniture. “We decided to make this year’s theme ‘petite’ purely because our exhibition space was very small,” says Mia Lagerman, chairwoman of the cabinetmakers’ exhibition association. “The designers don’t discuss the work before it’s shown, so there must have been something in the air that caused many of the pieces to have such fragile lines.”从TAF的金属材质香槟酒桌到Norm Architects的三条腿折叠椅,这些设计如同线条画摇身一变而成了家具。“我们之所以确定今年的展会主题为‘小’,就是因为展区面积实在太小。”家具匠师作品展览协会主席米亚拉格曼(Mia Lagerman)说。“设计师们在参展前,都对自己的展品只字不提,因此很多参展作品不约而同具有如此纤巧美丽的线条,冥冥之中有时尚之风在起作用。”It is not only Danish designers whose work resembles precise pen strokes. French-Polish designer Marta Bakowski launched her collection of Rays lights at Paris’s Maison amp; Objet fair this autumn. Each is made of a circular acrylic panel with a mirror LED bulb at the centre surrounded by hand-woven, two-tone ths that represent rays of light.不仅丹麦设计师的作品酷似精细的钢笔线条,在今年金秋的巴黎家居装饰览会(Maison amp; Objet)上,波裔法籍设计师马尔塔巴科夫斯基(Marta Bakowski)也推出了类似风格的Rays系列灯具。每盏灯的材质均为圆形丙烯塑料板,正中央是LED镜像灯泡(mirror bulb),周围则代表灯光束、手工缠绕的双色线。“I started by experimenting with weaving techniques and basket-making, then gradually developed the idea into a disc shape,” she says. “I was asking, ‘how can I make a lamp that talks about light even when it’s not lit up?’ Previously I have woven with reflective materials, but here I wanted to use pointillism [the style using tiny dots of colour developed in the 19th century by Georges Seurat]. I approached it as a painter would, looking at how colours interact and weaving different shades together.”“我一开始先是试验编织手法及竹篮编织,而后脑海中慢慢形成了圆盘形设计概念。”她说。“我当初就自问,‘如何能设计出一盏断电时依然有灯光效果的灯具?’在这之前,我尝试过用反射型材料编织,但我想用点法(就是使用19世纪画家乔治修拉(Georges Seurat)独创的色小细点画法)。我尝试用画家的方式进行设计,观察各种颜色如何相互作用,并把不同色调组合在一起。”Also displayed at Maison amp; Objet was Cuban designer René Barba’s tennis racket-shaped paper lamp for Ligne Roset. It comprises a double-sided fabric envelope with a pattern of black lines, which is slipped over an LED bulb and supported by a black lacquered steel base. “This graphic effect is very fashionable and echoes the trend for textured motifs on flat surfaces,” says Barba.在巴黎家居装饰览会上展出的还有古巴设计师雷内巴尔巴(René Barba)为Ligne Roset设计的网球拍外形的纸灯。它用双面布打造而成,上面画有黑色条纹,布罩就随意套在LED灯泡上,整个灯由黑色喷漆钢质基座撑。“这种图形效果非常时尚,它与平面的纹路图案时尚风格有异曲同工之妙。”巴尔巴说。Interior designer Annick Petersen, whose cage-like lights are made from thin copper wire strips, believes line-based designs are part of a trend for furniture made from industrial materials. “This raw look is a very popular design statement at the moment,” she says.室内设计师安妮克簠靟森(Annick Petersen)设计了由细铜丝制作的鸟笼形灯具,她认为线条形设计是工业材料打造家具流行时尚的组成部分。“这种粗犷外形是当前非常流行的设计风格。”她说。This view is borne out by the growing number of designers using powder-coated aluminium and steel in tables and chairs. One example is Made in Ratio’s Supernova trestle table, launched two years ago. It is topped with toughened glass and features two sets of star-shaped legs made from sand-cast recycled aluminium, which can be rotated to make a lower-height coffee table. “The six points touching the floor and glass create a structure no matter which way they are oriented. I wanted to meld those points in the form of a supernova, so it looks like a stellar explosion,” says Made in Ratio founder Brodie Neill. “Transparency of form and being very pared back is something I pursue in my work and the Supernova has both those qualities. The weight of the glass complements the geometrical, sculptural legs.”这种理念被越来越多使用铝合金设计桌椅的设计师(品牌)所明。其中之一就是英国品牌Made in Ratio两年前推出的Supernova搁板桌。它桌面为钢化玻璃,两组星形桌腿用沙铸再生铝材做成,再度旋转后还可搭成低矮的咖啡桌。“各自与地面及玻璃接触的六个撑点不管什么朝向,都是固定的结构。我希望把这些接触点组合成超新星的模样,酷似恒星爆炸。” Made in Ratio品牌创建者布罗迪尼尔(Brodie Neill)。“透明外形以及极简主义风格是我孜孜以求的设计风格,Supernova架搁板桌就是两者兼而有之。玻璃重量与几何形雕塑状桌腿实现了很好的互补。”Mirka Grohn and Jo Wilton, the co-founders of furniture brand amp;New, also achieve elegant lines and minimal forms using powder-coated steel. Their colourful Robot Too sideboard and Robot side table both have angular, zigzag legs. “We used steel because we wanted to create something delicate-looking,” says Grohn. “With steel, the furniture is very strong, but you can achieve really fine lines. Also, the legs are playful, just a bit of fun.”家具品牌amp;New联合创始人米尔卡格罗恩(Mirka Grohn)与乔威尔顿(Jo Wilton)也用烤漆钢板实现了优美线条与极简主义风格完美结合。他们推出的Robot Too餐具柜与Robot茶几采用了带角度的锯齿形桌腿。“我们使用钢质材料的原因是希望营造出纤巧的外观。”格罗恩说,“用钢质打造的家具非常结实耐用,而且能打造出优美的线条。此外,桌腿趣味十足,带点戏谑味。”John Liston uses powder-coated steel for his Ribbon chairs. They look at first glance like a messy scribble in red crayon. “It wasn’t intentional, but it works well for this design,” says Liston, who was inspired by the way shadows from buildings take whatever form they fall on. “A shadow can transform the shape of a park bench with the graphic lines of the balusters and handrails and the angle of the light.” For him, the beauty of the material lies in its unexpectedness. “I love the idea of a chair looking like it might not be able to sustain weight, yet at the same time the steel gives it a huge structural integrity. Making furniture with a very thin structure creates negative space, so the piece looks lighter than it is.”约翰利斯顿(John Liston)用烤漆钢板设计出了Ribbon椅子,乍一看酷似红色蜡笔的杂乱无章涂鸦画。“这并非有意为之,但设计效果非常好。”利斯顿说。他的灵感来自于建筑物变幻无穷的投影图案。“栏杆与扶手的线条以及斜照光线能彻底改变公园椅子的形状。”他认为材料的美感就在于其不可预测性。“我特别喜欢把椅子设计成无法承重的模样,但与此同时,钢架结构又赋予其整体结构。结构纤巧的家具能更加突出周围空间,使家具本身更显轻盈。”Of course, these delicate structural forms aren’t new. In the 1950s, both Harry Bertoia and Charles and Ray Eames launched wire furniture. More recently, in 2013, the South Korean designer Jinil Park launched his Drawing Series of chairs, lamps and a table, each with intersecting lines that exactly replicate his preliminary sketches.当然,纤巧形家具早已有之。早在上世纪50年代,哈里伯托埃(Harry Bertoia)与夫妻档设计师查尔斯及蕾伊默斯(Charles and Ray Eames)就已推出线条形家具。2013年,韩国设计师Jinil Park创作了Drawing Series椅子、灯具以及桌子,每一款都采用了交错型钢丝,它们完全是他草图的“复制品”。German graphic designer Verena Hennig’s powder-coated aluminium Roll seating is an extension of her two-dimensional art. “My graphics are minimalist and reduced, so I wanted to create furniture that also only uses minimal lines,” she says.德国平面设计师维丽娜眠腭(Verena Hennig)创作的Roll铝合金座椅是其二维空间艺术观的延伸。“我的图形注重极简主义与简约型风格,因此我希望也能设计出使用最少线条的家具。”她说。Arihiro Miyake is another designer whose work displays this angular aesthetic. He designed the ballerina-inspired Coppélia suspended lamp for Moooi, with a crossed wire structure that acts as a base for dozens of LED lights.三宅有洋(Arihiro Miyake)是另一位展示角度设计风格的设计师。他为荷兰家具品牌Moooi设计的Coppélia吊灯的灵感来自于芭蕾舞女,吊灯使用了交叉线条结构,几十个线条的交叉点就是LED灯泡的安放位置。Other examples of the trend include Swedish interior stylist Annaleena Leino’s minimalist geometric clothes rails that hang from the ceiling, and Portuguese brand Galula’s Pendura coat stand, a simple triangle designed to be propped against a wall.紧随上述潮流的还包括瑞典室内设计师Annaleena Leino与葡萄牙家具品牌Galula。前者创作了极简主义风格、从天花板悬垂的几何图案挂衣杆;后者则推出了简洁三角形状、倚墙而靠的Pendura衣帽架。“Triangles create almost a frame against the wall. We wanted something with lines that looked just as beautiful without coats hanging from it,” says co-designer Filipa Mendes.“三角形衣帽架靠墙而放后,酷似一个框架。我们希望用线条打造出的东西外观与没挂衣帽时一样美不胜收。”联合设计师菲利帕门德斯(Filipa Mendes)说。 /201512/419109 Much has been made of how Andy Warhol’s glam-pop approach to everyday objects and celebrities transformed the American art world, but less has been known about how a 1963 drive from New York to Los Angeles inspired the artist’s personal metamorphosis. “Before this he was called Raggedy Andy,” said Deborah Davis, author of “The Trip,” which examines Warhol’s journey. “He dressed in chinos. He was tongue-tied. He was searching for what he should paint. Then he took this trip and realized he had to package himself differently. He dressed in black. He opened the Factory. This was when he became Warhol.”安迪·沃霍尔(Andy Warhol)描绘日常用品和名人的波普艺术作品改变了美国艺术界,太多人对此进行了分析和解读,但鲜为人知的是,1963年的一次从纽约到洛杉矶的公路旅行,曾经触发这位艺术家的人生蜕变。“在此之前,他被叫做破布娃娃安迪,”黛拉·戴维斯(Deborah Davis)说。她的著作《旅途》(The Trip)深入探究了沃霍尔的这趟行程。“他穿着丝光黄斜纹棉布的衣,沉默寡言,寻找着绘画的灵感。”后来他踏上这段旅程,意识到必须重新包装自己。他开始穿黑衣。他成立了“工厂”工作室。从那时起,他才成为“沃霍尔”。Having never traveled cross-country herself, Ms. Davis, 63, said she recognized that she “didn’t know what the landscape looked like,” and recreated the artist’s road trip. Below are edited excerpts from a conversation with Ms. Davis.现年63岁的戴维斯女士此前从未穿越过美国。她说,她意识到“自己不知道一路会有怎样的风景”,于是就重走了沃霍尔的公路旅行。以下是记者与戴维斯女士经过编辑的对话节选。Q. How did you replicate Warhol’s itinerary?问:你怎样复制了沃霍尔的行程安排?A. I had an amazing gift from the Warhol museum — his receipts. He saved everything. I knew exactly where he went, what he bought, where he ate.答:沃霍尔物馆送给我一份很棒的礼物——他的收据。他把所有票据都保留下来了。我可以确切地知道他去了哪,买了什么,去哪吃的饭。Why did he drive instead of fly?他为什么开车而不坐飞机?Part of him was afraid to fly even though he had flown before. There was a famous plane crash before his trip. His mother was very opposed to him flying. There was also something in the air, in the zeitgeist, that made him want to take a road trip. I can’t tell you how prevalent they were at the time, from Jack Kerouac to the TV show “Route 66,” which was filmed on location. Everywhere you looked you were being told go see the U.S.A. I think that was part of it.他有点害怕坐飞机,虽然他以前坐过。他出发之前发生了一场著名的空难。他的母亲非常反对他坐飞机。当时的社会氛围、社会思潮中的某种东西,也促使他选择公路旅行。我无法告诉你公路旅行在当时是多么普遍,从杰克·凯鲁亚克(Jack Kerouac)到电视剧《66号公路》(Route 66)都能看出这一点,这部剧就是在66号公路拍摄的。无论在哪,人们都建议你去看看真正的美国。我认为这是其中的一个原因。What was the route?路线是什么?The route that we both took was to go from New York to St. Louis, where we picked up Route 66. Then we traveled through Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.我们两个的路线都是从纽约到圣路易斯,从那里驶入66号公路。然后我们穿越堪萨斯州、俄克拉荷马州、得克萨斯州、新墨西哥州、亚利桑那州和加利福尼亚州。What did Warhol take with him? What did you?沃霍尔随身带了什么行李?你呢?Andy packed his brand-new movie camera. Not his art supplies, his camera. He packed about 50 magazines. And he packed his tuxedo because he knew he was going to a big event in L.A. — a retrospective of Marcel Duchamp’s work.安迪带了他全新的录像机。他没带画画的东西,而是带了录像机。他带了大约50本杂志。他还装上了礼,因为他已经知道自己要去洛杉矶参加一场盛大的活动——马塞尔·杜尚(Marcel Duchamp)的作品回顾展。When it was time for me to pack for my trip, I had very strict rules. All of the ing material had to be from 1963. I had all of the magazines that he had, McCall’s, the fan magazines. All the music had to be from 1963 so we listened to songs like “Be My Baby” and artists like the Beach Boys. I insisted that we roll down the windows so we could feel what it was like without air-conditioning. That didn’t last.我是严格按照一些原则打包的。所有的阅读材料都必须是1963年的。我打包了他当时带的所有杂志,比如《麦考》(McCall’s),还有八卦杂志。所有的音乐也必须是1963年的,所以我们路上听的音乐包括《Be My Baby》以及“海滩男孩”(Beach Boys)的作品。我还要求摇下车窗,以便感受一下没有空调是什么感觉。但这没坚持多长时间。You write about Jack Rittenhouse’s guide to Route 66, which was the first guidebook to the highway. Did Warhol follow it? Did you?你在书中提到了杰克·里滕豪斯(Jack Rittenhouse)的66号公路指南,这也是第一部同类型的指南。沃霍尔是按照这本书走的吗?你呢?It didn’t turn up in Warhol’s artifacts so I doubt it. I thought Rittenhouse was amazing. I loved his rule of the road that says you should stop at the roadside cafes where the most trucks are parked out front because you can be certain to find a good cup of coffee.这本书没有出现在沃霍尔的行李中。所以我表示怀疑。我认为里滕豪斯很棒。我喜欢他提出的建议,比如遇到门前停了很多卡车的咖啡馆,你就应该停下来,因为这里肯定有好咖啡。Did you follow that rule?你是这么做的吗?Absolutely. That was how we found the Midpoint Diner [in Adrian, Tex.], where we had breakfast. Steinbeck said breakfast was the best American meal when you’re on the road. He’s absolutely right. It’s all about beginnings, a new day, a new stretch of the highway.当然了。我们正是用这个方法才找到了Midpoint Diner(位于得克萨斯州的阿德里安),我们在那里吃了早餐。斯坦贝克说,当你在美国旅行时,早餐会是最好的一餐。他说的太对了。一日之计在于晨,新的一天,新一段的旅程。What surprised you?哪些事是你没想到的?There were no Americans on Route 66. It was all foreigners. They’ve all come to see the quintessential America. They’re all looking for America, but Americans aren’t. I think it should be mandatory that everyone drive cross-country. Even though every city has a Starbucks and the big towns are alike, you still get those glimpses of something more authentic. You really experience America.66号公路上没有美国人。全是外国游客。他们都来看原汁原味的美国。他们都在寻找美国,但美国人却不去这么做。我认为每个人都必须来一次横越之旅。虽然每个城市都有星巴克,大城市都大同小异,你仍然能够领略到更加纯正的东西。你在真正地体验美国。Where would you like to go again?哪个地方你想再去一次?Pittsburgh. It was the most amazing city. It is both polished and scarred. It has a cultural center that you get from having Carnegie this and Carnegie that. The food scene is enough to keep you fat and happy. And you have the Andy Warhol Museum. It’s an incredible combination.匹茨堡。它是最不可思议的城市。既优雅,又饱经风霜。它又一个文化中心,有好多以卡耐基开头的建筑。那里的饮食多脂而美味。那里还有安迪沃霍尔物馆。这是一个令人难以置信的结合。 /201511/409341赣州长安男子医院看男科好吗兴国医院治疗前列腺炎哪家医院最好

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