Comfort Inn Quantico
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After dropping off the rig at the Port of Baltimore, we went and trick-or-treated at my brother Dave's neighborhood. Those of you familiar with our Halloween traditions may recognize this as an extremely casual year - and our first without a family theme.
It amazes me how much candy the kids get ...
... cultural educational trip down Duval Street as Jake and Lauren saw their first Ladygentleman. Interesting times!!! Jake asked why the gent was dressed that way .... And Nick had no answer. Day Five : Homestead Back up the Keys for the first equal most beautiful road that we have seen. On the way, we called into the Turtle Hospital which was very interesting to see how the turtles are being rehabilitated after pollution and boating accidents. ...
... battling to prevent a cold/ flue from coming do by now my head is struggling to remember things and I'm slowly slowing down. As well I forgot my jackets so I was very cold on the tour going to see some of the famous buildings and monuments. Once I get some pictures . I'll upload on Facebook so you can see what I saw. For now, I'm going to blow my nose and rest my little head and prey that my symptoms don't get ...
... 252; singers (those who create local music via anonymous songs) and âsiks. Türkü singers sing the songs that are performed in all sorts of celebrations, special rituals, certain religious gatherings and funerals throughout Anatolia. As they sing them over and over, they add different words, and create new songs with new names. The musical patterns as well as the lyrics they use are anonymous. Asiks on the other hand, are people who mostly ...
... that were there only to keep the protests peaceful. Again, I’m not into the politics… just taking note of what I saw.
I learned that my cousins are WAY fun. They may be closer in age to my parents, but they walked with me every step of my trip… pretty impressive if you ask me. They told me they were seeing things they had never seen before and they lived in the Philippines their whole lives. I think we helped teach each other a few ...