The Inn at 30 Maryland
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I'm taking this last week + to get my work in order, I will NOT be accessing my work email while I'm gone and I am also getting the little things done for traveling. I bought all my mini size items this weekend and called the bank. I also had my cracked phone repaired. Now, I still need the international plug adapter.
Deep breath... this will be amazing!
... with Nick and Maura. They live in a really nice neighbourhood and we were immediately taken up onto the roof of the apartment block for some impressive sunset views across DC. Maura then cooked a tasty chicken dinner for us and we shared a fair amount of wine while the stories both old and new were in full flow. I'm really happy to finally be here, it's just a shame we haven't seen each other for so long but I'm sure we can make up for it. ...
... the world .One of the domes housed a rain forest which felt like we were standing in the Daintree . We had the driver drop us at the Hancock building on the way back to town as we wanted to go up the second biggest building in Chicago and the 3rd in USA to the observation desk and check out the view ,unfortunately the sky walk ...the glass bottom walk around ....was under renovation so we couldn't stand out there but the view was amazing right ...
... with flying buttresses so equal pressure on the inside and outside hold the structure up. survived an 5.5 earthquake. A beautiful building. Back to the trolley and alight at colonial Georgetown. A historic precinct with quaint buildings and some high end real estate. A shared burrito at el Centro. A look at both where Abraham Lincoln was shot by Wilks in the Ford Theatre and taken over the road where he ...
... when we visit somewhere. The architecture of most of the buildings, dating back to the 1800s, were simply beautiful. Not many of those types of buildings are left within the United States. After the day grew on we left the Naval Academy and headed back down the calm streets on Annapolis where we stopped at a few various shops and then for ice cream. Visiting Annapolis and the Naval Academy was definitely the perfect way to spend my ...