Courtyard Arlington Crystal City/Reagan National Airport
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... and both Maxwell and Esme loved their time at Oakridge Elementary (Go Oakies!). Marcus always looked forward to his daily "tall people" time during school pickup, and I worked hard and played hard with phenomenal people in the Air Force’s Executive Action Group (HAF/CX), as well as across the Pentagon…truly a highlight in my Air Force career.
So while we are ...
... looked like tin foil & sticky backed plastic. How these things ever got to the moon amazes me.
After a brief stop for a photo opportunity at the Senate & feeling relieved the rain had stopped at last, we started our four hour trip back to NYC. I almost shrieked with excitement when I happened upon a pair of clean socks in my bag! I was able to sit in DRY & soft comfort for the journey back. It was a blissful end to a good day.
... The main focus of our visit was to look at the 1:1 iPad programme they have running in Grade 2. We also had the opportunity to tour the whole school and sit in on some lessons. Jamestown have been using iPads in classrooms since 2010 when they were initially used to support children with specific learning needs. They had great success doing this particularly with children who had severe autism and were experiencing difficulties with ...
... rest of the group waiting for the coach. The coach took us back to the hotel but we got stuck in peak hour traffic. Once back at the hotel i went back down the road where i picked up dinner – just a sandwich thing, i then took it back to the hotel and to my room. Once back in the room i got ready for the next day, ate my food, and got ready for the rest of the night.
Tonight was going to be a kangaroo court and whiteboard party. We brought our own alcohol down ...
... There is a stand nearby and you can pay $15 for 3 days hire or $7 a day. You take the bikes for 30 mins which is free and then you can exchange them at another stand and take another one. If you go over the 30 mins you get charged a minimal rate. Each time you take a bike you scan your credit card and it gives you a code to unlock the bike. We have been going from stand to stand and going to museums and memorials in ...