Executive Inn & Suites
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... peaking around every corner. Like Bobby Orr's famous Stanley Cup goal....(my dad will like this!!)
We went to Martha’s Vineyard for a full day of cycling and poking about. One of island's towns,Edgartown, is well known as having been one of the primary ports for the whaling industry during the 1800s. Ships from all over the world would dock in its sheltered bay and captains would build grand mansions for their families. It was fun to see the contrast ...
As previously stated, short city breaks are becoming my forte, so I decided to go twice as hard this time and do the good ole sight seeing Washington DC in a doable 24 hours. (Allowing myself to cope purely on adrenaline after an overnight flight which was apparently a test of how cold i cold allow my feet to get before being allowed to sleep through the pain... something i hope reminds me ...
... day. First, we got up really early and then our train was delayed. But, overall, I had a great week. We saw all the museums and monuments and went to the zoo. My favorite animal was Bau Bau the panda. My favorite museum was the Spy Museum. The mission was "Agent Topaz." I was an agent for the day. Our train today was delayed two hours, so we got to go in the first class lounge. The rest of the train we tried to ...
... home and something must have gone wrong...I hadn't checked. The Garmin will remain packed in the suitcase and we'll have to rely only on those fold up mazes of paper. The ladies finally figured out where we were, so we maneuvered our way back into traffic again. We eventually managed to cross the Potomac, but it was now dark. Things don't always look the same in the dark. We managed to get off the freeway, and Tracey and Graeme just remembered a couple of hotels that were close ...
... programs in International Development. The information session at George Washington was very thorough, which was helpful. I'm hoping I can tailor a program somewhere to what I'm interested in: micro-finance awareness, development, enhancement and management.
Overall, DC was an awesome two weeks of site seeing, hanging out, and school/job searching. Cant wait to be back in December!