Candlewood Suites Manassas
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... were here for one night attending a political conference. Obviously we explained we had no idea either, expecting them to just walk away and ask someone else. Instead when we had decided on somewhere, they asked to join us - they seemed harmless so we said yes...this was a mistake. Turns out they were from a small Christian college in Arkansas and were very socially awkward. One of them kept making random ...
... to Virginia… shesh.
So let’s backtrack to my last day in the Philippines… really, didn’t do much at all but rested to prepare for the journey. Packed a little, but really, I couldn’t finish packing until the evening because we were still waiting on the two dresses Angela’s aunt had made, and we were waiting until the last minute to pack the food. I ended up really tired in the course of the day, so I ended up taking a ...
... you know me, or read my "Thoughts on 30" post on Facebook, you will know that my expectations and reality have never really lined up.
One of the biggest things that happend when I was 15, however, was that I traveled to the Philippines with my family. That was the last time that I had been to the beautiful archipelago, and also the year we flew right over Christmas… literally. Long story short, we left on December 23 and were supposed to arrive in ...
... our 2nd floor digs comprising of a bedroom, very large and renovated marble bathroom and a large sitting room with a lovely round bay window. Again we chose our accommodation through Airbnb and luckily paid for it when the dollar was about equal.
We are located just near Logan Circle a trendy area of the 25-35 year olds and quite a few homeless people in the nearby park. Although always wary, they did not bother or worry me. The locals, of course are not too keen on ...
... Hall of the Natural History Museum was outrageously opulent and caused the 4th mind-boggle of our travels, with it's phenomenal petrous pyrotechnics. The National Portrait Gallery had a number of modern classics including some huge, disconcertingly beautiful, photo-realistic watercolours - Chuck Close meets Turner. The commercially run International Spy Museum was a pleasant surprise too, with plenty for all ages. Iain seemed quite taken by the workings of ...
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