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... which is the less severe version of “Post Traumatic World Cup Syndrome!” So the best course of action is to wean ourselves off like a baby and a bottle…or like a drug addict! Of course, I am familiar with neither of those examples, as my only addiction is to the beautiful game!! So let the weaning continue…though this really will be the very last entry! L
And we are down to the last 5 memorable ...
... at the cheap and cheerful Millers Ale House. Tuesdays work came and went, and in the evening we went out on a social night with our American colleagues. We are all happy with the choice of venue as it's "Gordon Biersch" and we've been there many times. Gordon Biersch is a chain micro brewery by the way. I have the sampler, which is 6 or 7 small glasses of all the beers they produce. For once the food is not great. In fact it's probably the worst Jambalaya that I've ...
... if you're reading this! I'll be back to give Burdock(the pup) some loves) and headed down the mountain en route to the Appalachian Trail.
We hit Hot Springs, NC which is a main resupply stop for through hikers on the 2,000 mile AT. We got to talk to some through hikers and Nick and I both decided pretty quickly that our next adventure is going to be through hiking the PCT, from Mexico to Canada. Jump forward a day and ...
... was yummy including a pear, blue cheese, date salad, and croquettes, but there were a few disappointing dishes such as the octopus and paella. Overall it was a satisfying dinner.
We headed home and got out of the cold and into hot showers. Gosh it felt great after two days of cold showers. We climbed into bed and watched the movie 'the Lorax’ really cute movie with great message of sustainability.
We went to bed early as we had to get up early the next ...
... was nice (albeit busy) and we past close by the Jefferson memorial. The Lincoln memorial was some distance across the Potomac but still looked impressive. On of my favourite things to do in DC is to stand on the top step of the Lincoln and look towards Capital Hill. The American have done a great job with the Mall. I'm hoping to finish my work in good time on Friday and get to ...