BEST WESTERN Springfield
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... on our walk back to the hotel and she finely summarized the situation by saying, "I have always been the nerdiest one, but during that whole time, I just kept thinking 'He/She just out-nerded me!!'" My thoughts exactly. I feel oh so dumb in this crowd- yikes.
Besides the orientation, we did have some free time. On Sunday, my plane got in early enough that I was able to hang out with the fabulous Ben and Emily (St. Petersburg study abroad friends from ...
Fairly quiet day today - just went for a drive to check out the house we are staying in when we come back to Washington on 17 May and then found a shopping mall. Had a bit of a look around and had lunch at the "Silver Diner" which was pretty cool - could just imagine Fonzie & Richie walking in the ...
... biscuit (this is a buttery scone... Strange Americans) for $4.09!!! What!! So cheap! Luke took a random stab at the menu and ordered bacon and egg mcgriddles. They looked like bacon and egg mcmuffins but were so much more! Turns out a mcgriddle is a bun infused with maple syrup! The look on his face was priceless as he bit into what he assumed to be delicious egg and bacon and he got hit with sugar syrup! The poor thing couldn't even eat it.... Strange strange ...
After a day sightseeing and grappling with the ravages of jet lag, our purpose for this expedition is brought into play. After a speedy breakfast and an effort to dress like proper teachers we met in the hotel conference room at 8.30 to meet our British Council hosts. Our first port of call was at the Flamboyan Foundation, an organisation that helps schools improve their students' literacy and numeracy by trying ...
... From the Washington Monument we follow the way Southbound and walk around The Tidal Basin, which was a bit bigger than expected. The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is situated by the basin and is a great monument to visit. The texts written on the walls are inspirational and so is the monument. That was a great spot to sit down, breathe it all in and rest our feet for a short while until continuing part II of the tidal basin tour and see some more memorials along ...