Meridian Manor Bed and Breakfast
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For dinner, we had signed up to eat at the hostel. A group of volunteers (who seemed to be from Georgetown and other local universities) had made a meal for us to eat whilst getting to meet fellow travellers. We had soft tacos with all the trimmings and the best guacamole I have ever tasted (really wish I got the recipe). The guys did a great job of preparing the food and we all got chatting so mission accomplished.
... do in the books. The black and white is easy to reproduce in picture form.
At the far end of the zoo was a carousel featuring all kinds of animals to choose from. There was almost no line but of course the first kid on got the lion. Emily perused the selection and decided on an iguana. She had a great time riding with mom keeping her safe. When the ride was over there were some tears but a visit to the barnyard with cows and goats and ...
The kids have been able to study particular words for rounds two and three--there are 1,100+ words in the round two list (and they will be asked one spelling word, and one vocabulary word) and another 600 'study' words for the third round. Liam got both of these vocabulary words correct. Those points apply to his rounds two and three.
Next, all kids go on stage for oral spelling the next morning. They get to spell one ...
... machine. A pity it's got to this stage but not much to be done. The plane was small so some hand language got put in the hold as we boarded, when we arrived we had to wait on the Tarmac, in FREEZING conditions for them to get the hand luggage out and back to us, it was ridiculous!!! Long taxi ride into Washington then cheked into the hotel George (Kimpton hotel group) and looking forward to seeing the sights and the Smithsonian ...
So a major component of the trip was to be in DC for the 4th of July. We got a late start due to some added adventures and arrived to the area later than planned. We got settled in and decided to avoid DC and watch from Virginia. The traffic was already becoming a challenge and I felt like we made a food choice. So after some gps issues and going in circles we arrived.
We needed a pass to the park we wanted to get into so we had to park elsewhere and walk. No big deal but ...