Hilton Garden Inn Columbia
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We arrived at the Embassy and we ate at Sushi Damo Yakitori Chicken on skewers w/teriyaki sauce for dinner which was 7.00 dollars, and for breakfast we had Grilled Duck: Grilled duck in honey-sake sauce was $10. Total for Japan was $17.
Long day and it's only 11am! Left Disneyland, out to airport (hour drive), then dinner at the airport, 10.30pm flight, 5 hours later at DC. Then off to where we are staying bus, metro tube and bus, some 2 hours later. Kids have been amazing and managing it all. Might be a low scale ...
... approach to learning coupled with low class sizes relies heavily on staffing resources. As a direct result of this, the price of sending your child to the Lab School is certainly not cheap. The tuition fees start from around $40,000 USD per year in the Elementary School and go up from there. I was interested to learn however, that other private schools in the area with more traditional approaches are beginning to charge a similar amount. While I was at ...
Our awesome greyhound bus to Washington took us four and a half hours so we were keen to get to our hotel when we arrived into town. Boy were we surprised when we walked into a nice, clean, big and well organised subway system. This was our first clue that Washington was going to be very different to NY! We climbed out of the subway to a very pleasant near 0 degrees... Practically warm compared to NY and took our first glimpse of the streets. They were perfect, very wide ...
... The Egyptian mummy section was pretty interesting, it housed 3 real mummies that had been
recovered from their tombs, they were over 2,500 years old – and they still had their teeth! Following this we headed to the Air and Space Museum, where we spent about an hour or so looking around, without even really scratching the surface. Some of the highlights included Apollo 11, the shells of real nuclear bombs that were built during the cold ...