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... to check out their food and spinosaurus exhibits. After getting ready for the rest of the evening we walked back to National Geographic headquarters for a presentation from our experts and then a cocktail reception. They had yummy hors d'oeurves such as mini crab cakes, tarts with fig and goat cheese and veggie egg rolls. We met some great potential friends from Las Vegas! We got back to the hotel and had an amazing dinner overlooking the lit up White ...
... has gone to plan. Budget has taken a bit of a pounding, although this should calm down now as we head further south. Meg has paused a bit on the shopping so the pressure on the wallet has been relieved for a while.
States wise we have only done Massachusetts, Connecticut & New York. We are now heading on down through New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland today for another three states. We now looking forward to a ...
... results in the whole of Boston coming outside to cheer on ‘their heroes’. Boston College is located on mile 21 of the marathon, just after the runners finish what is called the ‘Heartbreak hill’. After a quick breakfast with some of my friends we went to see what all the fuzz was about. Together with Claire, my mom and I gave the runners the applause they deserved and admired their motivation, strength and fitness. It was a wonderful spring day and when we had ...
... the railings which were fairly low. Also, when its windy and it sways, or if its pouring rain and you can't see where you are going, that would be scary. Saturday night was spent in Annapolis, Maryland and we reluctantly cleared out the rental car and seriously did some packing. We were surprised by the amount of brochures, pamphlets, leaflets and maps, we had collected, sometimes more than one copy. A cull was done. We know we will have to do it again in New Yorkin a few days ...
... you've lost it.
Remember when I said earlier that you will always forget something in your day pack and that you just had to man up? Well, turns out I forgot to pack any walking shoes and only had my brand new, never warn flip flops to go sightseeing in. Bugger. Not the best move that I’ve ever made. But, like a champ, I manned up. Took the pain. Ish.
Washington DC was interesting. I’m not entirely sure about my feelings towards it (mostly pain) ...