Travel Blogs from Washington DC, United States

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De Nada Empenada... Coming soon., Washington DC, United States travel blog

De Nada Empenada... Coming soon.

A travel blog entry by millervilles

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... day... If you can call it that.  Tonight we catch a red eye from Buenos Aires to Houston, and an immediate connection back to DC, saying goodbye to several friends at each step along the way.  First, we are headed to catch a train to Adrogue, a ...

Let's Catch up!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Let's Catch up!

A travel blog entry by so29

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... picture posted, we sang at the opening of the July 4th parade on Constitution avenue betwixt the White House and the Washington Monument.  Then came an incredible privilege;  the boys performed for wounded veterans at the Veteran's Hospital.  Like many ...

Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by jameszappia

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... of this nations history and here I got to see The Magna Carta, The Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and The United States Constitution. These documents are hundreds of years old, the oldest being the Magna Carter which was signed by King John ...

Californie, Colorado, Texas? Non, Washington!, Washington, United States travel blog

Californie, Colorado, Texas? Non, Washington!

A travel blog entry by roadtripusa2010

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... prix (prohibitif bien sûr…) mais pour sa navette (3$ chacun, que croyiez-vous ?) reliant le camp et le métro de Washington. Départ groupé à 9h dans le van fièrement conduit par un gai personnage, le présumé Duncan. En s’asseyant, nous ...

panicking parents and never ending trains, Washington DC, United States travel blog

panicking parents and never ending trains

A travel blog entry by megenexplore

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... listened... Silence. At which point, I realised the lights were times and that I am the biggest idiot. That night I saw the Washington monument, the Capitol building and the White House, all very exciting but I was exhausted so I went back to the hostel ...

Zooy Mama I am out of here, Washington, United States travel blog

Zooy Mama I am out of here

A travel blog entry by dcdave100

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Nothing like leaving early on a Friday to jet out of the country for a week! After a long summer of litigation and spending most of my days and nights slaving behind a desk I now get to go out and have some real fun. Not that sitting in front of a ...

Journal Entries--JUNE, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Journal Entries--JUNE

A travel blog entry by amberlynn

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June 23, 2009     Today was a slow day in the garden, but still nice. The weather was amazing, not hot or cold and raining. After work Megan and I went on a run. We originally wanted to go to Teddy Roosevelts Island but ended up going ...

Arriving into Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Arriving into Washington DC

A travel blog entry by travelledkiwi

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After not much sleep on a 13 hour train ride I finally got to Washington DC at 9.00am, picked up my bag and taxi to the International Hostel I was booked into, arrived at 10.00am checked in and had a shower for 30 minutes to clean me up after a hard night ...

Notes from Decision to present, Philadelphia/Cleveland/Ambler/Puerto Vallarta, United States travel blog

Notes from Decision to present

A travel blog entry by tomsmidlife

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FOR THOSE OF YOU AS COMPUTER UNSAVVY AS I- THIS IS ONLY THE FIRST POSTING! GO TO BOTTOM OF THE PAGE AND UNDER 'TABLE OF CONTENTS' CLICK ANOTHER DATE TO READ OTHER POSTINGS! TRIP DIARY Random Notes on the "Decision" Heavily expurgated, feel ...

The plan for the next month -  off and on the road, Washington, United States travel blog

The plan for the next month - off and on the road

A travel blog entry by seanandjeannie

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... an apartment for that week so we can cook and feel a little bit at home. We've had a chance to see a lot of friends in DC lately (in between going to embassies for visas and all of the rest). It is hard to say goodbye to this place and these people. ...

NYC to DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

NYC to DC

A travel blog entry by barratt

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New York to Washington DC - 16/03/0 I eventually picked up the RV at 1pm and set off for a short 200 mile drive to DC. It was the worst driving experience of my life! Not only was I driving a 25ft RV that weighs 10tonne (with the steering wheel on the ...

Visiting Birmingham ICC for a corporate stay., Washington DC, United States travel blog

Visiting Birmingham ICC for a corporate stay.

A travel blog entry by andrewpal

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... by the lovely receptionist, Ella. One thing I really appreciated is that she did her research and knew we were directly arriving from Washington so she asked us about our journey and gave our kids some candy on arrival to wake them up a little which was ...

near Cathlemet, Washington, Near Cathlemet, United States travel blog

near Cathlemet, Washington

A travel blog entry by elviejo

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... good. It was mid-afternoon when I took the high rise span bridge and turned east on state road 4 toward Naselle, Washington. The roadsides and lawns offered bright displays of rhododendron. Gray's River and Skamokawa lie in a lush green valley, given ...

When, where, and why?, Washington DC, United States travel blog

When, where, and why?

A travel blog entry by hammitt

Well, I have been unemployed now for four and a half months.  When people ask, I haven't been unemployed at all.  I have been applying to grad school.  I have been dog-sitting (okay, once.)  I have been attending to things.  Getting stuff done. ...

Near Neahkahnie, Oregon, Near Neahkahanie, United States travel blog

Near Neahkahnie, Oregon

A travel blog entry by elviejo

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You can be in love with four girls at the same time. schoolboy, Age nine ...

We fly, Washington DC, United States travel blog

We fly

A travel blog entry by shaleann

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... that! Hopefully the thrill lasts through the night! We picked up a few more christmas gifts for the Putterills from Debs brother Alan in DC. He is the most gracious of all hosts! Now we are ready! Sounds like we will only have Internet when we are in ...

Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by westwoods

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We eventually decided to have a few days in Washington DC before heading home. Long flight up from Buenos Aires so a short stop-over was just what we needed. First day was a rest day and we spent most of it asleep. Next, and only full, day we did the city ...

Take off!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Take off!

A travel blog entry by ruthbarz

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... it turns out, there are a lot of cool people here!  I was a little worried about that before I actually arrived in DC, but nearly everyone I talked to had something interesting to say.  There are a lot of people working in Chicago with me, ...

Defeated by my own muse, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Defeated by my own muse

A travel blog entry by jmmm

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I had big plans.  Huge.  I had half a burrito left over from lunch today (thank you Qdoba for providing such foil-wrapped over-priced tastiness right across the street from my office), and had been planning since, like, 3, to compose a series ...

Good Ole Time, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Good Ole Time

A travel blog entry by tgp2014

Back to the States!!  We spent about 10 days in DC.  It was wonderful catching up with old friends and revisiting our favorites ...

Rally to Restore Sanity!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Rally to Restore Sanity!

A travel blog entry by jacobjgeorge

I went to the Rally to Restore Sanity, more on this ...

Michael watches television, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Michael watches television

A travel blog entry by jmmm

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All my life I have wanted to do this.  This is certainly a once in a lifetime experience.  First, we have to talk about the mind-blowing season finale of Lost.  The jungles of the island were captivating, but what I was most suprised about ...

Going Home, Somewhere in the US, United States travel blog

Going Home

A travel blog entry by iggi

The alarm went off way to early that morning. Why do planes have to leave at dark-o-clock in the morning? Our taxi we requested was even early and we made it out to the airport without any overheating happening. So, that was good. We got to the airport ...

Washington was bloody hot, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington was bloody hot

A travel blog entry by robdidcoe

Okay, so we hit the airport very early as we were flying down to Washington DC. It's only about an hour by plane so not too bad! When we arrived we jumped on the Metro and departed at Arlington cemetary which is a very interesting piece of scial history. ...

A trip down to Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

A trip down to Washington DC

A travel blog entry by vblowry2000

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We took a Greyhound bus down to Washington DC for two nights.  The bus only cost us $58 return each which was a bargain!  It took about 4 and a half hours to get there and then we walked to our hotel.  Helen had booked us in ...

Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by gemma_doogal

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... we walked up to the momument, which was completely surrounded by USA flags, we began to appreciate the layout and grandness of Washington DC.  As we approached the momument (from the White House), we could see the Captiol Building on our left and ...

Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by simonandflo

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Simon: Hi! right, so Washington DC is amazing! there is loads and loads and loads and TONS to see and do, and best of all, it's all FREE! we didn't spend 1 cent on tourist stuff, and i think we spent about $50 between us in 4 days! First day we went to ...

Philly..., Philly, United States travel blog

Philly...

A travel blog entry by jessteichuz

First day of Peace Corps training in Philly and then off to the UZ! So far so ...

Rainy Afternoon in Dulles, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Rainy Afternoon in Dulles

A travel blog entry by angielajolie123

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Well guys... I'm 1/3 of the way to France! I've made it safely to Washington despite the annoying rain and here's a rundown of the trip so far. Sleeping in is officially over. I went to bed last night around 0445 (I'll be using the 24 hour clock from here ...

Last hours in the U.S., Washington DC, United States travel blog

Last hours in the U.S.

A travel blog entry by lesleyd

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So this is it, our last few hours in the U.S. for quite a while. We leave this evening for Paris where we will sit in the airport for 12 hours before departing to Bangui, Central African Republic. Last night we repacked the trunks for what seems like ...

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