Days Inn Lanham
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chicken curry was also nom nom. We watch Hunger Games Catching Fire tonight. Its pretty good, better than the first one I think. Then we walk home again to Uncle Jesse's tummies super full and ready for a big snooze.
Day 5: Its DC day with Aunty Maridette. She is nervous to show us around cause last time she played tour guide was with Uncle Jack who got lost and they ended up walking around in circles. We convince her that we are good with maps.
We get the metro ...
... could never be satisfied with just five more days or five more months or five more minutes. There is nothing we can do about it - try as we might to schedule it and record it, we can't stop time, control time, create time, or save time. It goes right on ticking with no thought for us whatsoever. And maybe we need Time to eventually step in and say, "Enough now," to make us recognize how precious our time together is.
Countdown to Oxford: 5 days ...
... He is such a wealth of knowledge! We went to the Star Spangled Banner exhibit. It was my favorite, and gave me chills and goosebumps the size of the orange eggs you get on top of sushi!! No lie! Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner when he was a prisoner of the British when they were attacking Fort McHenry (I think). They didn’t want to kill him as he was a civilian, but they didn’t want to let him go either as he had seen all of ...
... My favorite part of the zoo was when we saw the ape house because there was a baby gorilla. Our walk there was fun. There was a very long escalator. It was fun but it was scary.
Maryann: I LOVE zoos. Every chance I get, I go to zoos. When I came here before with Girl Scouts, we popped in to see the pandas. Today we saw every inch of the zoo and every gift shop of the zoo. As you read, today was sunny but chilly. The girls learned another ...
... we grow and love ourselves more. My first encounter with solo travel was in 2003 when I decided to learn Spanish in Guatemala while in between jobs. It was intimidating to say the least to get out of the airport and realize your survival skills had significantlly diminished due to being in an unfamiliar place where a different language was spoken, among other factors. To make matters worse, while studying ...