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 …
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