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I have internet in the house now so I can get back to blogging! So first thing is first, watch my introduction/tour to my new house at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myHe41vP ZOo - do it now!
Back? ok! So after we stopped in Chicago we drove to Pittsburgh and had dinner with Vidur's brother and his girlfriend. Then we stayed the night in Pittsburgh and continued our journey to Gaithersburg ...
... breezes, and sunny afternoons are arriving, my roommate Elyse got the brilliant idea to go kayaking. Together with two other friends we jumped on the metro and walked our way down to the Potomac River. We rented kayaks and glided out into the Potomac. We paddled -or at least made a good attempt to paddle- around the Theodore Roosevelt Island, taking in the city-lined shores together with the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial fixed ...
We got up early at 6:30am because we were planning on beating the rush hour into Washington DC, but we weren't organized enough so we ended up spending a few hours planning out the day properly. Checking out at 9am, we drove to the nearest Metro station located on the Ring Road that circles around the capital and caught the 9:30am train into DC. The train was smooth and well run; it only took us 30 minutes to get into downtown even if ...
I visited Berlin in October 1989 as young CW3, now 23 years later I stood again in front of the Berlin Wall at the Newseum. What an amazing period of history.
With the end of the Cold War, I believe these photographs of the Berlin Wall are indicative of my career as an Officer in our Army.
A big different today, There weren't any armed security guards awaiting my misstep with a bullet dedicated to my flesh. ...
So here we are again at the "Rio" like they call it here, and now I DID take a picture of the paddle boats!
Steven just dropped us here. Wilma and I first went around the water for a nice walk, and then went shopping, I bought a little blue scarf as a souvenir, the man in the shop hears our dutch talking, "where are you from?", "Belgium...", "oh, my parents lived Rue Royale in Brussels!' So we exchanged some words in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed