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This morning in retraced my steps from a couple of years ago when I visited DC with a friend on our two-week trip to see Washington, New York & Chicago. The main aim was to see the huge reflecting pool that lies between the Washington Monument & WWII Memorial at one end and the Lincoln Memorial at the other. In 2012 it was drained and surrounded by a rusty chain-link fence for construction work. I was in no particular hurry though so had time to see, among other things, ...
... Airlines. Like jet star, ticket doesn't include checked baggage so we had to pay an extra $25 per suit case. Turns out when I hooked these tickets months ago through student flights (over the phone) the girl didn't book our seats so when we rolled up with our E-Tickets we were all sitting separately. Jack and I were in row 46 but he was in the middle seat on the ride side of the plane and I was in the middle of the 3seats on the other side. Same for ...
... Armed with some scenic locations to check out, we put Bruce to work hitting the first location on the list, Lake Nantahala.
A definite hidden gem, that Summer Camps didn’t know anything about, was this lake. Remote, quiet and peaceful, this little slice of paradise was a perfect spot for an afternoon tea break.
... typical features of their way of life. I ordered Nyama na Kunde, Masala chips and Tuska. The charge was more than expected but was explained when we were given extra samosas, the cashier had gotten our order wrong. It was not the end of the world though, I stashed the extras in
Air and Space Museum
Froyo with blackberries and granola
high dollar hot dogs
... from the states. A few paintings caught our eye quickly because they pertained to our history modules. We cannot wait to share and seminar these painting with you.
Senator Corker’s office was gracious enough to get us tickets to view the House of Representatives and the Senate’s room. We had to go through a lot of security and check all technology before entering the Senate. Unfortunately, nothing was happening so the room was ...