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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Yuhannet is waiting for us and is smiley as ever. During our journey to Rockville fill him in with my summer trip to his homeland (Turkey). Even though he lives DC he misses Turkey and generally only get back once a year. It won't be too many years when he returns home for good. I have pretty much organised everything for this trip for myself and …
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, ...
... They, and over tens of thousands of people, transformed the High Line into a one of a kind park. And it is magnificent! Every little area is unique. You can hear people chatting with one another. There is greenery and living things all around and throughout. There are no cars or bikes or rollerblades allowed. It is quiet. The views are amazing. There are small intimate human scale food areas and tiny pop up shops here and there. The design features are just ...
... building) took two hours. We then caught a local train which took us to within half a mile of our hotel which is on Pennsylvania Avenue (just down the road from the Obamas). After checking in, we went for a walk down the road to check out the neighbours. Their big White House is a bit flasher than our hotel. The stretch of Pennsylvania Ave where the White House, Executive Office Building and US Treasury are is ...
... to go out to Woodley Park. Upon arrival we were greeted with 2 non functioning escalators. Both of which should have been taking passengers up to the surface. The down escalator was working but everyone going up had to hike straight up 204 feet (I wikipediaed the station out of curiosity, this also is equivilent to about 10 stories). Needless to say Caroline and I were suffering from Jelly-Legs when we reached the surface.
At ground level ...