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... running out from centre field, head towards the first base foul line and finish just before they get to the Nationals dugout. In this race as they headed down to the finish line it was between Bill and Teddy until they collided into each other and George came from behind to win.
In the bottom of the 4th we had our first run of the game when Ian Desmond ran in from 3rd base following Wilson Ramos' ground out to the pitcher. So by the end of the fourth inning ...
... purchased on board and my Thai Royal First Class amenity kit.
The next 47 minutes involved me running around the airport like a chicken with my head cut off. First I went to United baggage claim, where the woman working in the Arrivals Lounge told me to check for lost and found. But the woman there said she hadn’t seen anything like a Thai shopping bag come over yet and suggested I go back to the gate.
So I went through security and ran to Gate ...
... the Jewish tradition. Those headstones always had several small stones placed on top of them, just as I had seen in the movie, Schindler's List.
When I arrived I found myself at an amphitheater to the west of the Tomb. It was fairly large, but I have no idea what it is used for. The entire time I was there, I did not see anything happening in the amphitheater. I walked to the front of the amphitheater and caught my first ...
Today we got around in a few taxis to see some of the memorials. First stop, the Lincoln Memorial was most impressive but it's a shame that the Reflecting Pool was drained and closed for renovation. Next we caught a taxi across the Potomac to Virginia and the Arlington National Cemetery where we saw JFK's and his family's graves. After that ...
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