Executive Apartments 1401 Joyce At Pentagon Row
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... set of people but then there are chances that you
see someone who was with you in the previous trip through the day and
familiarity comes easy with a smile and conversations flow in with suggestions
and plans. I made friends with a group of 8 African American women of all ages
who were from Tennessee and my god what energy levels they had.. absolute fun
women. All sisters with their kids.
Another interesting spot is the Lock Keepers House. We
Oh man, it was a crazy night and a crazy day of traveling. The Villa in Oslo was an underground club. It was a 23 and up event (???). I mean, it was nice not to be around 18-22 year old drunk Norwegians, but what if you're 19 and really like the DJ?? Apparently they have 26+ events/bars too. I guess they need that because drinking age is 18, and I'd never go out if I had to see teenagers around. Anyway, yeah, it was pretty ...
... Washington Monument is an obelisk on the National Mall, built to commemorate George Washington, once commander-in-chief of the early Continental Army and the first American president.The monument, made of marble, granite, and bluestone gneiss, is both the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk, standing 555 feet 5 1⁄8 inches tall. - nothing stands taller than the Washington Monument in DC. Every other building must be built ...
... magnificent, and has a great view down Federation Mall over lovely green lawns.
We visited the various war memorials, all very unique and impressive, and very tasteful, and then to the Washington monument, a large obelisk which dominates the skyline. We both really enjoyed the Lincoln memorial- he really was such a cool guy.
We were taken to upmarket Georgetown, and had lunch in a lovely pub, the Martin Tavern, before heading to the Jefferson memorial -another ...
... people from many different backgrounds, and learning the languages that other people speak helps me do that without coming across a frustrating and inhibiting language barrier. Back in November I applied to the National Security Language Initiative for Youth program in China (NSLI-Y).
NSLI-Y is a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State that provides ...