Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Centreville - Manassas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... have learning difficulties or not. Their commitment to delivering the curriculum through the arts and high interest academic clubs was also admirable. The greatest challenge for trying to implement something similar in the NZ state school context would of course be resourcing the high level of staffing required. I am convinced however, there are aspects of the Lab School's approach that could work in our context and this is something I'd like to explore in the ...
"You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart will always be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of knowing and falling in love with people in more than one place."
It is officially 23 days before I go off to Vienna. Of course, my mind is far too scatterbrained to think of all the things I need to be get done before I leave.. but I did remember that I want to try and write a blog, or keep some ...
... wait to go home and buy cheap rump steak that still tastes like meat, let alone some good stuff!
Anyway, we walked for ages trying to find somewhere in the -10 degrees and horrific wind which would have made it twice as cold at least. The article winds had arrived! It was finally out of desperation that we stopped at some colourful looking diner and it was great! We ordered root beer and they dropped off the menus and a giant bowl of popcorn. Winning! ...
Took the subway into Washington. Got off at Smithsonian stop. Started walking to the White House. We saw a long line and I asked the guard what it was for and he said to see the White House Gardens and we could get tickets across the street. Then he asked, "How many in your party?" When I said 4, he said he only had 3.. He went and got another ticket and let us in at the front of the line. It was amazing. We walked right by the front steps. We stood next ...
... We decided to battle against the ravages of jet lag and explore the District. We chanced upon a charming Italian restaurant and indulged in small talk whilst trying to avoid falling asleep in our pasta. We ate at about 8.30 but actually our weary brains were telling us that back home it was actually half past one, which added to the assault on our combined mental faculties. It's a wonder we managed to pay the bill between us. But we ...