Comfort Inn Landmark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... me at least) Smithsonian museum scene. Stop one was the Air and Space Museum. I had been determined to appreciate the aviation and engineering skill like an adult, but spent the overwhelming majority of my 2 hours there imagining flying in fighter jet cockpits, learning from interactive games how planes actually fly, getting annoyed at the kids hogging the wind tunnel (although I've flown a real plane so the joke's on them), and feeling smug that my reflexes are, by ...
... who had said that. It took a minute to realize that I said that. I'm moving to Spain. "That's. So. Cool!" she replied in the most perfect of valley girl voices. Yes, dog darn it, it is cool!
Another moment of reality hit when a sweet little student of mine who speaks Spanish and has been teaching me words wrote me a card. It was filled with the gushings of a second grader and ...
We have had a great day! All 20 hours! Everything went according to schedule this morning. We left at 4 00 am sharp. Mr Jerry Knight, driver for C & H Bus Lines, delivered us at the airport promptly. After a short delay (what was that about, Air Tran?) we went thru security, had breakfast from Starbucks and Atlanta Bread Company, and boarded the plane. The flight was good. Plane was full. It was a "first" flight for about twenty of the forty students in our group. ...
... House. After a long application & interview process, the big move finally arrived. Washington, here I come!
At least that was what I was hoping for when I saw all the snow falling down on my way to Brussels…
Sunday, January 20, 2013 was the day I decided to hop the pond and leave my small, charming country for a country that is about 333 times bigger. However, that Sunday morning a mysterious weather God decided ...
... s invariably drive Mercs and Beemers (in my very humble opinion).
By the way for lunch at the service court I had a Roy Rogers burger. With trigger sauce. I kid you not.
Along the way I listened to (twice) The Figgs’ Anthology CD that I purchased the night before. The Figgs being the support act. The CD was excellent. Think Hoodoo Gurus, Lime Spiders.
Anyway I got to Alexadria, in time, avoiding any peak hour ...