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... big appetites. Washington won 97- 89. We have been a good omen for all the teams we have watched, everyone has won.
Day 64 - 24th November 2013
Decided to go and see some more museums, the Smithsonian's are all free to go into, we started pretty early and headed to the Air and space museum, on the way we had to jump on the metro service which is the underground, Paul and Chris jumped on the train and just as i was about to step on the doors shut ...
... shoes. There was nothing that got me excited or perhaps I was just too tired. All I bought was a new black leather belt from The Gap - still cheaper than I could get in Australia - so once again I saved money. We made our way back to our hotel oasis. During the day I'd been raving on about how I wanted to get dressed up and go somewhat fabulous tonight - with dancing. Well - after walking for 3 hours and feeling weather beaten from heat, wind, cold and rain - ...
... known that I was singing and dancing (!) with everyone else in the service and it took the rest of the day to come down from the joyfulness I felt. Alleluia indeed. I took lunch in the nearest park and watched one of the many homeless people rummage around in the bin - I singled one out and gave him half my lunch and the $20 that needed to be passed on. I hope the woman in the church doesn't mind... Yesterday I wandered around the enormous art museums ...
... br> you’ve gotten me into, Mr Henry!” Mrs Henry almost sounded like Oliver Hardy,
to put this in a motion picture context.
How different was the Highland Motel from our New York
accommodation. True, art deco Hotel 17 had shared bathrooms, but it had lots of
personality; Woody Allen had filmed ‘Murder in Manhattan’ there, plus it had a
lift where the lack of piped music had been ingeniously compensated for by
... we recognized...of course, John Boehner was presiding over the house. There was a pro tem presiding over the senate, but I wouldn't have been terrible excited to see Biden anyway. :-) We saw John McCain and Ron Johnson. Other than that, there were only 3-4 members of the House and Senate on the floor at any given time.
We contacted Michele Bachman's office and are hoping that maybe we can visit her tomorrow. We don't know her well, ...