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... at the Lincoln memorial and had a look at the big statue of Abraham Lincoln also had a look over the reflecting pool out of Forrest Gump. It was pretty amazing being there. Then we walked back up to the yellow bus stop and made our way back to the hotel got back at about 5:00pm and we just chilled around our room until about 7:45pm when we went to the hotel restaurant and had dinner. I had pork chops and Leish had the salad ...
... of fame there!
Arriving in Washington, D.C. the snow was behind us but on its way so we grabbed a cab to our apartment for ease, very glad we did that. It barely cost more than the subway and was so much easier, definitely going to taxi it back on Thursday! The apartment itself is awesome! It’s HUGE! Four bedrooms all with queen or king beds, three bathrooms, two sitting rooms and a modern kitchen, everyone ...
Let me start by saying, IT IS COLD! This is in no way a good day for exploring, but that is exactly what I have been doing. Regardless, I am happy I went ahead with my plans because tomorrow it will be even colder. There is a 70% chance of snow! I would be lying if I said I was not a little bit excited.
Anyways, my internship with Bass Public Affairs started today at 10:00am via conference call. I was nervous because I have never done ...
... in the crowd of kids...
Our final morning in Atlanta saw us packing up Bruce and preparing for a drive up to the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. Bo and Rosa were reluctant to say goodbye. I think it was because Rachael kept sneaking them special treats.
-On our way out we stopped at Washington DC to get some good site seeing in. We were able to see a lot of historical monument and learned a lot.
-At the world war II memorial we met a veteran that told us amazing stories and offered to buy us lunch down that street. He went on ...