Courtyard By Marriott Alexandria Old Town/Southwest
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... road and getting right of way over vehicles. When you want to flip correct at 1 of these intersections you transfer to the leftmost lane and wait around until the light turns red towards you and then you have the correct absent in entrance of the traffic driving straight through on your left. It is extremely weird but does in apply function surprisingly easily. It's not honest to evaluate ladies's pro basketball with the NBA, just like it's not fair to ...
... metro station to display us the wonderful metro of Delhi. It connects nearly all inner and outer locations of Delhi. It is India`s first train and it is truly fascinating to journey via it. Delhi women in divergent coloured attire look so elegant and smart. They have sense of wearing attire and they know how to carry themselves in the smart attire. You can see women moving with ear telephones and ...
Saturday A rainy day in Washington so I guess the open top big bus tour will have to wait. We can't complain too much, though it did rain one day last year when we were in Scandinavia. Washington is full of museums and The International Spy Museum is on the list. As we should have expected it was very busy being a rainy Saturday but Americans are good at moving people. I've also had my name Americanised. The lady at the airport checkin called me Jarn but I thought that was an aberration. ...
... driving when I go anywhere. LOL I'm SO not a good passenger! Got to hand it to Steven tho, not once did he say anything as I was gripping the dash or grabbing the handle above the door. :-P
Awesome meeting you Steven!! sure wish I got a photo tho. l
David and I had planned a day trip to Washington D.C to see a few museums and the city centre before I flew out on the weekend. It was an early start to drive an hour and a half to the train station where we caught the metro into the heart of DC. For two people who had never been on the train into DC before, who were not sure where to go and how to get there, David and I were very fortunate. There was a close call when we were sitting in the ...