Days Inn Lanham
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... d accidently colored one leaf in a color I had not intended, but I realized it didn't matter; there was no right or wrong here. It was up to me.
As ridiculous as it may sound, the 30 minutes that I spent coloring was, from a mental perspective, amazingly liberating. The first thing I noticed was the sense of calm. My mind was clear. There was nothing. No worries, no papers to grade, no bills to pay, nothing. Only green, yellow, teal. Only my ...
... however, in retrospect to hell with that. The earned that! (It's an armpit)
I'm digressing. First things first, I got to get out of this city and fight the drunks on the street for the 4:30 AM cab, which can be a sporting event, in it own right. Luckily, I was prepared with a handful of nickels and dimes to throw on the ground right when the cab are coming down the street, in order to ...
... you can only get to on foot so not very busy. The main appreciation I got from these memorials is how proud Americans are of their history. The memorials are all quite powerful and you can learn a fair bit if you spend the time reading the walls. Arlington cemetery I had seen pictures of this place on television and really wanted to see it with my own eyes. It is the biggest cemetery I have ever seen. Very military with uniform grave placement and head stones. I ...
... concrete lined tunnels. Stepping out from the station is such a contrast from New York, it's clean, bright and surprisingly low attractive buildings. Not a high rise to be seem.
Our first stop was the White House Visitors Centre to pick up maps & information & we were more than a little surprised to have to go through another security check, that's number 7 in 3 weeks! It's not located particularly close to ...
... scary - the lanes are much narrower than the freeway lanes we had been used to, and we always seemed to be penned in by buses or lorries. Soon we had entered the garden state and were heading south on the New Jersey turnpike. As we travelled further south the traffic seemed to have periods of opening up, followed by periods of standstill which set the tone for the day. We stopped at a services for lunch and went to Quiznos (a bit like ...