Courtyard By Marriott Dunn Loring Fairfax
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... fly ... to Belgium. Funny.
Lucky is very relaxed, provided I would be there when he wanted to drink water directly from the tap (not easy to open a tap with cat paws), or open the door when he wanted to go outside.
He did not eat a lot, I wondered if it was because he was a little stressed... until I found the first remains of a squirrel on the deck, and then a second a few days later. I knew it had been a ...
... Avenue NW in Washington, D.C. It has been the residence of every U.S. president since John Adams in 1800.
Air and Space was interesting. Too much to take in in a couple of hours. Lots of school groups - what a way to learn. Early and modern aircraft history, planes of all sorts hung from the roof. History of space flight, mock ups of space lab, hubble telescope, etc. The planets - size shape and ...
... stations shy of the airport. I was watching a video on the Zune and hadn’t heard any announcements. I asked a woman what was happening. She said there is a problem on the line ahead and this train will not reach the airport. All airport-bound customers were instructed to deboard this train, take the next S8 in the opposite direction back into the city center, and then transfer to the S1 train, which runs to the airport from western Munich. Holy ****! This is ...
... I learned my dollar does not go as far in DC as it does in Winston or Tucson (as I pack for Copenhagen where coffee is $7); I learned the art of Living Social and took
advantage of the many, many free opportunities. With the Pride Parade our first week, the Smithsonian museums, and the weekly date nights with my man at the outdoor movie near my apartment there was always plenty to keep me busy. Not to ...
... In the beginning, it was Tristan and me starting the process of disassembly in our warehouse in Ashburn. After this modest beginning, we brought the Rover up to the farm where it would stay for the next two years. We've been working on this 1971 Land Rover Series 2A to ready it for daily use by Tristan. We stripped the body off, prepped the frame, and did other odds and ends work. When we had done all we could do, Aaron ...