Crowne Plaza Washington National Airport
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... No worries :) Update: 4:38 and I'm at the gate. The AA rep at the counter said it was actually a China Visa that was needed. I explained what I was told, she looked up the rules & I was correct. I have a boarding pass only to JFK. Hopefully that part goes a little smoother. My checked bag will go to Shanghai and I'll just have to recheck it when ready for last leg. Staying calm but will I be happy when I'm on that last ...
Yesterday (Wednesday) saw major weather warnings in the area between Philadelphia and Washington (where we had booked a couple of nights accommodation for Wednesday and Thursday nights). The words 'tornado' and 'flash flooding' were being used in the forecasts. Understandably, Jessica really didn't want to drive down to DC in such dangerous conditions and I began to ponder the bus or train as alternative options. In the end, a win-win outcome was reached - Jessica and Chris ...
- Maddie and Ori, my family, the boyfriend, and friends (in no particular order?) ;)
- Knowing where everything ...
... my car, pack the storage pod, sort through and pack our backpacks for the trip, clean the apt and turn in keys...etc..ugh!!
Thankfully we somehow were able to (just barely) fit all of our worldly possessions into a 8' x 16" pod. I have to say the pictures online made this pod look much larger or maybe I was just being an optimist, but when it was delivered Andie looked at me and said "no way all of our stuff will fit into that!" I had ...
... walking more bearable. We all took pictures at the White House and then walked to the Smithsonian museums. We had the choices of Natural History, American History and Air and Space. Our group all started off in the Museum of Natural History. After a couple hours Jim, Natalie, Rudy and Bryan all headed over the the Air and Space Museum. I stayed with some of the Ra'anana kids at Natural History the whole time, which ...