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This city, also popularly referred to as Red Stick, will be on the list of best places to relocate. The real estate of the city offers different types of Baton Rouge apartments, single houses, and condominiums at affordable places. It will have got a strong economy based on many thriving industries, such as oil refineries, iron industries, petrochemicals, and film and television industry. This historic city delivers ...
This city, also popularly known as Red Stick, may very well be among the list of best places to relocate. The real estate of this city offers unique variations of Baton Rouge apartments, single homes, and condominiums at affordable places. And also use a strong economy sustained by many thriving industries, for example oil refineries, iron industries, petrochemicals, and film and television industry. This historic city is ...
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After landing at Dulles Airport in Washington DC, I had 3 hours to kill. I did what any smart traveler does and checked out where my next gate was. I walk for what seemed like hours and found my gate at the end of Terminal A. Now I don't if you have ever been to the Dulles Airport but the end of Terminal A is where all the United Express gates, A1-A6, are. Each gate has 7 ...
Well the flights were great from New Zealand to here in Washington...apart from being searched at Fiji!! Got to th hotel at about 11pm and went for a drink at th local sports bar. Went to bed about 2am...next day was jumping on the metro and going to see the sights....George Washington monument,the White house and the place where forest gump yelled out "Jeeennnaaayyy!" (Jenny!!). Awesome place...didn't get to see President Obama, he was busy!! Went out to the red skins,Joe ...
... Hall in Philadelphia which used to be the equivalent of the now US Capitol, wow what a difference. It is beautifully designed and is massive. It originally burnt down during the war by the British in 1812 which I think did them a favour anyway as it wasn't big enough, so it was redesigned a couple times and rebuilt.
We basically stayed on what is called the National Mall (where all the monuments are) for the day. There are beautiful parks/gardens ...
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