Hilton Washington DC/Rockville Executive Meeting Center
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This place is pretty nice. Ok the bar is pricey and the gym isn't great but I like the place nonetheless.
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Once I had crossed the Potomac River via the Tom Bradley Memorial Bridge (and you can see from the photos that I had a glorious day for my wanderings), I visited the Korean War Memorial.
The 19 commemorative figures are cast in stainless-steel and the ground they are in are meant to be representative of the Korean country-side that much of the war was fought across. The ...
It has been a pretty long adventure since we last wrote from Colorado. and it has been just about as long since I last updated this blog. I do apologize for the lateness, but Ible and I have been traveling as fast as we can to Georgia. So, what I am going to do is send you the last updates in increments, starting with this one and will eventually catch up to where we are at the present time. Now, without further a due, ...
... peaceful protestors' outside, some who had been there for 26 years! What a waste of a life, how do they wash? Yuk! Ross voiced his opinion to me and some guy over heard and made a comment 'well that's America for you they can peacefully protest' hmm.. Yeah, Okay! We couldn't get tickets to go up the monument, they were fully booked until 11th September which was typical, day after Ross leaves Washington! Hasn't eaten again so walked over ...
... have hit you in the head with my Converse for taking a photo of my pose. Alas, everyone is safe and sound these days and you're more than welcome to shoot.
Humor aside, my pace for traveling can at times cause burnt out. Trust me - some fellow travelers have complained that we never got any downtime (that was the norm on my New Zealand trip).
Yoga is my answer to calming ...
... better, but he isn't too keen.
Took a bus home. It was very crowded, and when the man in the wheelchair got on, it was even worse. Disabled people are very well catered for here in the US. A whole section of the bus is used, the driver gets out and helps and no-one complains. It takes ages to board them. This man only went a couple of stops.
Minus 4 when we got home. My two warm tops are becoming a bit tatty after being worn every other day for 8 ...