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Travel Blogs from Falls Church
... we had dinner at Dave's Barbecue.
Tuesday June, 2-S. Bridges to Girl Scouts
J had a misty, wet field day at school this morning but was thrilled his teacher threw water on him,
We played basketball until time to attend the Brownie bridging ceremony for Sophia.
There are seven ...
... of days back in New York planning Mum and Dad’s next trip out here in December and shopping. On Monday night we celebrated the end of their USA road trip with an oyster happy hour at the John Dory bar, drinks against a blue lit Empire State building at 230 Fifth and dinner at Striphouse where we all tucked into some delicious steak. It's horrible to think that when we next see Mum and Dad we will be into our last month of living in New York!
... King monument where we enjoyed reading his many quotes. By that point we were very sweaty and it was time to retire for lunch before heading back. This evening Nick and Maura took us to some of their favourite bars, all cool spots, and also out for dinner. Lauren and I had a great time before everyone got tired and it was time to go home. Nick and I then enjoyed a last beer on the apartment block roof looking out over DC before bed. ...
... Mum and Rod could have their first experience of this 'iconic' shop. Unfortunately, it was a smaller version and had no 'colourful personalities' shopping. They will just have to wait till we are further south and go out late night shopping for that!
Back on the road driving around the Capitol was in itself an adventure. With street winding this way and that and parking limited we found our selfs driving around the block over bridges, back over ...
... suggested "Perhaps you think them pretty in their symmetrical rows...not one individually stands out". There's certainly something depressingly beautiful in the regularity of the thousands of small white slabs, but I was grateful for the cemetery being split up into different sections rather than being just one vast field. It's easier to not think that for each section of countless graves you see there are a dozen more behind the tree line.