Travel Blogs from Columbia, United States

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Our Visit to the Hospital, Columbia, United States travel blog

Our Visit to the Hospital

A travel blog entry by patry

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Aimee was up early and ready to start the day, as this was a day that had been much anticipated. Babyland General Hospital here we come!  For those of you that are not familiar, Babyland General is in Cleveland, Georgia and it is where Cabbage Patch ...

A non tourist view of DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

A non tourist view of DC

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... the day before, her mind wasn't in the right frame of mind to try entertain a gingerman. Eventually, we decide on going to see a DC united game, but before hand, go grab some sushi. Sushi was awesome, we order a few random rolls and I drink a couple of ...

Chesapeake  Bay bridge tunnel: impressive, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Chesapeake Bay bridge tunnel: impressive

A travel blog entry by mcgown

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You do get sick of driving but there are some impressive and interesting sights to be seen when paying the price. The bridge tunnel was about 13 miles (20 km) of just that, that connects the cape to the mainland yet allows their big ships and tankers to ...

A Healthy Dose of Patriotism, Washington DC, United States travel blog

A Healthy Dose of Patriotism

A travel blog entry by jizmo

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It was an action packed day of Americana.  I began early due to some racket in the bunks beside me, but luckily the exhaustion from the previous day meant that what sleep I had was of high quality. A second bonus was the plentiful breakfast.  I ...

Home Again, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Home Again

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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The trip is over and we return home after: --- 7 ˝ Months --- 7 Counties --- 52 Different Hotels --- 56 Different Cities   I hope that those of you who read my postings and review the pictures had enjoyed them. No plans yet as to our next ...

To be young again, Washington DC, United States travel blog

To be young again

A travel blog entry by jizmo

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... schoolkids, so no peace. I made for new lodgings because HI was booked out) at the cumbersomely named International House of United Tel (somehow abbreviated to UTI) and was greeted in a vintage home on 6th street with plentiful facilities but complete ...

The Luck of the Irish, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by jizmo

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Aside from some late night arrivals my night was undisturbed. I finished off dinner leftovers and met with two German fellows from Weimar - conversing with them only resolves my desire to visit. So we traded contact before they left. My day began a ...

Washington Wonderland, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington Wonderland

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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... a great view of everything inc Pentagon, White House, etc.  On way down the lift were shown the masonry donated from various states to create the monument.  On way back to hotel we were stopped by a police cordon and sure enough 2 mins later ...

There will be no Whitewash at the Whitehouse, Washington DC, United States travel blog

There will be no Whitewash at the Whitehouse

A travel blog entry by lizandsimon

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Hi everyone Well according to CNN and your various emails we are not making you jealous with the heat!! I would like to draw your attention to the last days details on our last entry. You know the one where we said we spent the whole day at the ...

The Final Countdown, Washington DC, Baltimore and the other O.C., United States travel blog

The Final Countdown

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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It's strange being back in civilisation, especially one where most people speak a language  I sort of understand and everything you could possibly want - and a lot more you don't - is available 24/7. Having spent several years living here I knew what to ...

Returned Home, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Returned Home

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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Back in the ...

At sea.....and not sick...yet!, Somewhere in the Caribbean...., United States travel blog

At sea.....and not sick...yet!

A travel blog entry by jessica_cdn

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Last night at dinner, we finally met up with Carmella and Jenn!  Of course, we got along famously - who would doubt?  Dinner was fantastic...great service, good food and anything you want.  Kate and I were exhausted after dinner, so ...

On the Road Again!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

On the Road Again!

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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We are on the road for 2009, the 3rd leg of the "Goodrich Odyssey" to continue to catch glimpses of the planet we live on.  Our next stop is southern Africa for about 6 months of via planes, buses, cars, and by foot to see the overwhelming display ...

Where most the Naxi sacred texts are held, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Where most the Naxi sacred texts are held

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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There are some good points as well as bad points why sacred texts from ethnic groups should be held overseas. In the first place, these were often taken and collected during colonial times, when explorers and anthropologists viewed their ownership as ...

Basketball, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Basketball

A travel blog entry by suzukistorey

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Well what a game. It turned out to be quite a big one that got Washington Wizzards into the Play offs for the first time in decades. We eventually worked out the rules and how the game was formatted. For those that don't know, it's basically 4 periods ...

Arlington, Museums and Drinks, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Arlington, Museums and Drinks

A travel blog entry by hodge

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Today was a pretty chilled out day. I woke earley again with David and waited for Crystal who had the day off. In the morning we visited Arlington cemetary, which is always shown in the American war films. The place is massive and also has sites such ...

A Thai Tanic Four Years, Washington DC, United States travel blog

A Thai Tanic Four Years

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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There are so many things to do in Washington so we found a map and circled all the things we were really interested in and set out to see as many a possible.  We started at the National Geographic building where they had a great Japanese garden ...

What a day!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

What a day!

A travel blog entry by shonandgraham

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What a day! It started with getting the 7:40am shuttle from the hotel in Atlanta to the airport. Our flight was at 9:15am and I wanted to get there 2hrs before as that was what was recommended for our flight from Vegas to New Orleans. However, Delta ...

Leaving the UK..........., Washington DC, United States travel blog

Leaving the UK...........

A travel blog entry by hodge

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Today was a hard day leaving my family and Lou. We got to the airport about 9am with enough time to get a quick drink, then a tearful good bye. I went straight to the gate, and ended up waiting for almost a hour before taking off. On the plane I slept ...

The Bus Nazi, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Bus Nazi

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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For our last day in New York we walked down to the UN building and took a really interesting tour.  Our guide showed us around the building explaining the different things that take place there and the world changing decisions they make.  One ...

Washington, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington

A travel blog entry by suzukistorey

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Hi and welcome to the USA Well we made it. 7hr's 30mins some 3300miles and quite a smooth ride. we were let in to the country without a hitch too, a few finger prints and a picture taken and they let us in (we were surprised too!!!). As suspected ...

Farewell, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Farewell

A travel blog entry by jameybarrows

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Friends and Family- thanks for visiting my new blog! Justin and I spent our last night out on the town in Washington, D.C. before I left on the 28th for the Fulbright orientation in Madison, Wisconsin. ...

Yet again there has been lots to see and do ..., Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Yet again there has been lots to see and do ...

A travel blog entry by wkfoster

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Yet again, there has been lots to see and do in the last week or so, and lots of miles to be covered along the way. We finally made it to some of the things that Nomed had been looking forward to (and he was in heaven - or hell - whichever is better for ...

Landslides here, there, everywhere, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Landslides here, there, everywhere

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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When a landslide happened in the US elections, getting rid of Bush and his cronies, and bringing in a new era with a black president, on the other side of the Pacific, Vietnam and Yunnan in China have been experiencing other kinds of landslides: For ...

The day I meet the president, well sort of, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The day I meet the president, well sort of

A travel blog entry by hodge

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Hi everyone, my first blog away so hope you all received it OK. Just got into New York but though I'd tell you about my time in DC. Well if called the title the day I meet the president because today I saw black out cars leaving the white house and ...

Washington DC, USA 23rd Jul – 26th Jul, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC, USA 23rd Jul – 26th Jul

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

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Introduction Washington DC is the capital of the USA and is a city filled with museums and monuments. Our first impression of Washington was that it is a new and clean city made up of a generally professional population. The city has much to offer in ...

We actually made it to the states,,,,,,, Pheonix, United States travel blog

We actually made it to the states,,,,,,

A travel blog entry by missouri

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We finally got out of Belize, but with no plan whatsoever besides to make it to the border....and after paying the exit fee in Belize we didn't have enough money to get a bus to Mexico City. So, there we were sitting at the bus station after they told ...

The National Gallery of Art (US&C), Washington DC, United States travel blog

The National Gallery of Art (US&C)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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I went to the National Gallery of Art the first time I went to Washington DC. We didn't make it there the second time. But it was a wonderful museum housing important pieces from the 13th through the 20th ...

The Phillips Collection (but not Hirshorn) (US&C), Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Phillips Collection (but not Hirshorn) (US&C)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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Well, I went to The Phillips Collection the first time I went to Washington DC. Unfortunately, it was a long time ago, and I don't remember it! :( I do however remember seeing Renoir's "Luncheon of the Boating Party." It's such a beautiful painting. ...

Washington DC - Capitol Bldg & Library of Congress, Washington DC , United States travel blog

Washington DC - Capitol Bldg & Library of Congress

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz

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... the Library of Congress.  The Library of Congress is the National Library and holds a myriad of documents and books - in fact it states that it has 745 miles / 1199 km of shelves!  (119 million separate items.)  The Library is also a real ...

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