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My wife and I have travelled to the US on numerous occasions with work and for pleasure. This time it's for work, but I will get a little free time. The most notable aspect of this trip is that I get to visit Florida and Georgia for the first time.
We stayed in the Hilton in Washington D.C., walked to the White House, explored everything along the Mall, were entertained by ambassador Belovski at his impressive residence, shopped in Langley, ate clams, felt like Texan millionaires. (to continue)
... I´m afraid I won´t have enough time to get to know completely. Even though, I am very aware that my experience here is just starting and I’m currently overwhelmed by all the great things I will encounter, I know that this is not a place where you can waste time doing nothing.
As I wind down this first blog entry, I find myself, similarly, winding down for the night. Life out here is a rush. We go to work, we come home, and ...
... a few wrong turns we finally made it and checked in. The kids loved our room...well and we do too....they have their own bedroom! :) after settling in we walked per to the Gaylord to watch a fountain show set to music. It was fun to see the kids enjoying that. Afterwards we went to Baja Fresh for dinner. We came back to the room and got the kids to bed. We planned some of our first real day in Washington DC and then turned in ...
... King. Very hot here. Not many trees and quite exposed. I must admit I was starting to wilt.
Another big trek and I was nearly starting to run out of oomph. So I parked up on the grass with a drink from a nearby shop and had another squirrel attack. This one was a cheeky little guy. Kathy just hovered around wanting to keep going.
We stopped through ...