Courtyard By Marriott Springfield
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... rites? religious ceremonies? community assemblies? The scale and geometry of these things is hard to describe and impossible to capture on my little point-and-shoot. It took me a full hour to walk the perimeter of one site! Even crazier, similar sites separated by 60 miles or more used the same design features -- circles connected to squares flanked by parallel lines of earthworks -- of exactly the same size! Speaks to incredible organization, ...
... is huge and it maintained the Georgian style architecture even with the inclusion of new buildings.
Following the tour of U of M we drove to the Federal District Courthouse ...
... our seats, then a staff person comes down to the back of the plane looking for a passenger. He calls out his name looking aimlessly around to see if anyone responds then no one does so he takes back off down the front. I asked the lady next to me, don't you think that's strange they don't know who is on this plane? She too thought it was odd, we both just shook our heads. Flight attendants couldn't crack a smile and overall I would not recommend this airline at ...
... For every item anyone bought, we would get 20% off. At the shop there were hats with Washington D.C. boldly, the FBI and NCIS logo, the US seal, and hoodies with the same things. Pretty much everyone attacked the FBI apparel, however Jack and I (Mia) settled for the NCIS beanies. Not everyone took advantage of the sale, but Ms. Winter bought everyone postcards which we will be writing on and sending home from Gettysburg.
However, the excitement ...
... movie in the IMAX theatre 'Red Flag' based on airforce fighter pilots from a around the world coming together for a training exercise in the Nevada Desert.
By the time we left there it was 'beer o'clock' so Bruce took us to his favourite micro brewery called 'The Lost Rhino'. Great nachos but not a fan of the trendy beers. Home now for a couple of nice drinks.