The Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance (MOT) in Los Angeles was an important stop on our journey. Its famous Holocaust section surely did live up to our expectations – it was truly an experience, both in terms of how it looked/felt and the information provided. Other than Holocaust, the MOT’s focus is on racism and prejudice, and huge multimedia section on those issues was truly stunning as well. The thing that made the MOT stand out is definitely the fact of how much involved both emotionally and intellectually, the two sections demanded us to be. And big thanks to our wonderful guide, Jerry.