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... the first GPS devices, and even a smartphone (because these days, anyone can navigate just about anywhere if they have any kind of smart phone). Seeing a smart phone in a museum is something we all joke about, but actually seeing one on display just made it even more funny! And to top it all off, the smartphone they had on display was an iPhone 4! The same kind of phone that Ible has! You know it's time to upgrade when you see your current phone in ...
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By now, everyone is sick and tired of the Brazil blogs! Or maybe not sick and tired, but certainly wondering why after almost a month, the blogs are still coming. Well, my answer is simple. First – the World Cup ended on the 13th of July. So I have 8 more days left for it to be a month!!! Secondly – the blogs help ALL OF US who are suffering from "Post World Cup ...
On Monday we head up to Gaithersburg to "The Old Town Cafe" for breakfast. This is a tradition that is in threat of dying out, but for the time being we keep it going. It's not a pretty place but the people are nice and the food is good. Work on Monday goes on much longer than expected, but that's why I'm here. I get back to the Hotel, then head to Marshall's for a little shopping. Rockville Pike has a few of this type of discount store. Monday night dinner was Baby ...
... only restaurant I came across was a burger joint. I really, really wasn't in the mood for a burger, so I passed it up, thinking that there had to be at least one more restaurant in between my hotel and I.
Spoiler: there wasn't.
So, I ended up going on my tour tonight with nothing in my stomach. Luckily for me, the tour was so engrossing that I forgot to be hungry. I got pictures of a bunch of memorials and buildings that are way prettier at ...
... relaxed and ready to hit the road in full force.
The next morning, Nick and I headed for Asheville, NC (coincidentally, the hippiest town I've seen since Ashland.) What a great place!!! Great beer, great music, great people. Next day we headed out to a town out in the country to hike up to Hostel of the Mountain. A difficult 3,000 foot elevation gain in only 2.5 miles gets you up to a beautiful wood stove, front porch ...