Comfort Inn Dulles International Airport
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... to be here and have this opportunity! We were all squealing! I am so lucky I get to share this with all these incredible kiddos too! We are enjoying every minute! Some of these students have been saving for this Washington D.C. trip for 2 or 3 years! We will be here for 6 days and we plan on packing every minute with fun and amazing life-enriching experiences!
My group is called the pink, fluffy unicorns... Avery, Sarah, Maya, ...
... in the sun again :) Thus we spent most of the day walking around the city seeing the sights, instead of hiding inside. First stop.. The Ford Theatre The sight of President Abraham Lincoln's assasination. Unfortunately, the theatre was closed (our luck of course) but we were able to check out the museum, Petersen house and education centre. Having been to Gettysburg gave us all the background information to the civil war and Abraham Lincoln. So today's ...
... can understand my slight trepidation that I wouldn't make the flight. Finally, the queue started moving but the two women were taking forever to check people in which did absolutely nothing to allay my fears of whether or not I would get checked in prior to the 30 minute deadline that was advertised absolutely everywhere.
Thankfully I got checked in and headed up to security where I had the displeasure of meeting the world’s most miserable person. Now ...
The TEDMED conference is being held at the Kennedy Center this year. The schedule for today was for check-in between 6pm and 8pm followed by talks from 8pm until 10pm. After getting my badge I was directed to go to the second floor of the Opera House, where the talks will be held, to pick up my Fitbit (an electronic pedometer) and have it set up.
Next I headed for The Hive, which is the name ...
... several "famous" people I had never heard of. The Presidents section was good and with each visit I learn a little more of American history and the contributions of various citizens We return to hotel where we eat and catch a cab to the Verizon Centre. Always interesting to go to a stadium for the first time. This is the home of the Washington basketball team and is awash with take out food outlets. We head in to what we discover are great seats, for only $50 each and settle in ...