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Part II: I arrived back in DC at about 10:15pm EST, got my luggage, and then waited for the airport shuttle to take me home. I met a family from Toronto on the van (they were heading to Dulles from National, via shuttle) and the boy of the family asked his parents where the Pentagon was. He asked as we were passing by to get on the access road to I-66, so I pointed and showed him the Pentagon...then they asked, "We are in Washington, ...
... the place, enjoy a nice meal and relax a bit. The restaurant is very good, we both had a great meal (the best in US said Jenny) and it was not really any more expensive than a normal restaurant. We had two cocktails and two mains for $50 USD. One of the nice touches was that with the bill comes a print out of the latest news headlines! Very power broker! Haha.
From there we took a long walk up Pennsylvania Avenue to Georgetown, the oldest part of the city ...
The next morning we again reconvene for breakfast in the morning. We discuss the days itinerary and several of our group members make plans for the independent time allotted this afternoon. We depart for the National Cryptology museum shortly after breakfast, where we are met by several experienced NSA agents and briefed on the history of cryptology. We are then split in two and taken on a tour of the facility, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary. ...
... wanted to say was that he recognised me from outside Ford's Theatre earlier in the morning when he'd walked past me on the way to work. I asked him how he recognised me and he said it was my hair and my shirt (I'm wearing the 3 internet-kitty moon one) - apparently I cut a distinctive figure in D.C!
The National Archives was really cool, but was seriously OTT with the security - the three main documents (Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights ...
... I still felt like I was moving even when I wasn't.
My last evening in Turks was a lot of fun. I went down to pay Mario the psycho bartender for the previous night's libations (I had run off with a French Canadian to go to a wine bar after Mario closed up shop, and hadn't paid), but when I asked him how much I owed, he was completely offended, dragged me into his new outside lounge and poured me a glass of rose (sorry, no accents on the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet