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 …
As expected I wake at stupid o'clock. I do some reading for a while then head down to the gym early. It's before 6 am and all bar one of the exercise machines are in use. The gym on this hotel is pretty poor, so decide to use it when I get back from work.
As tradition dictates, we head you to the Old Town Cafe in Gaithersburg for breakfast …
... and aquatic animals included) we headed out back to the Capital Mall and stopped at the Smithsonian Castle. After a quick look in there, we headed straight to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. As soon as we stepped inside I saw an almost endless amount of planes and rockets that I could easily identify with just one glance...I really liked space as a kid and still do, so many of the things in the museum were making me "nerd out" just a little bit. ...
... by the sight of the White House. We then made our way to the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the WW II and Vietnam War Memorials and the National Archives. Most of the time we spent walking from place to place, but things of historical significance were fairly close together. And the one place that we spent the most time in was the National Archives. It was by far the most interesting stop that we had made ...
... information coincided with things I learned in various biology classes over the years.
The part that was of most interest to me was the section of the exhibit dedicated to sharks. For
those of you who don’t know, I spent one whole summer in elementary school (between first and second, maybe) completely obsessed with this book I had checked out from the library on the evolution of sharks. It was my favorite book for almost a ...