Doubletree Hotel Bethesda
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... security awaited us, so we though we may as well have a look around whilst we're in. After the toilet, the next stop was the gift shop (where Anna extended her impressive badge collection), and then we had a wonder around the main hall, before eating soup and a salad in the dining area. With our afternoon slowly fading away, we headed back to the metro and travelled a few stops down to the Smithsonian stop (I know it sounds lazy but it's just too hot and humid to walk, even ...
... sit on and which side the Republicans. From our viewpoint, a guy on the left stands up to argue that homosexuals should be able to give blood, while the guy on the right goes on a rant about 'illegal aliens'. Go figure.
The afternoon was spent in the Smithonian Museums, and this is certainly where Washington DC stands above the rest of the cities we have visited thus far. The museums are world class, and are totally free, just like many ...
... all sat around watching TV feeling extremely tired after all that amazing food. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 21 Number of States visited; 10 Number of hospitals visited; 10 Days spent at conference; 5 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 9 (10 322 mileage miles) Number of train journeys; 3 (145 miles-as the crow flies) Number of bus journeys; 46 Maximum temperature; 32 degrees Minimum temperature; -12 ...
... food was lovely but the music and decor was scary. They had "Cowgirls" on the door to the ladies room. Everyone was very nice. I can't remember where it was - some little country place in Pennsylvania I think. After that our trip became difficult. Traffic jams on the freeway for no apparent reason. Toll booths costing more than "gas". When we approached Washington DC we were in 5 lanes of heavy traffic and our sat nav was as slow to respond as ...
... been in China? I'm so amazed you can speak our language!" Even with some of the people in my "dearly beloved" category, I was majoring in math because I'm left-handed, or smart because I'm Jewish, or only able to speak Chinese because I am dating a man from China (who, until recently, never spoke Chinese with me, ever.) And no matter what, I learned that it is always okay to stare at people who look different than you.
So I thought, maybe in a way ...