Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Gaithersburg - North
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We stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn somewhere in Maryland? Had dinner in a fantastic Mexican restaurant. Woke up at 5:30'this morning so took advantage of the gym and actually did a couple of miles on the elliptical. Cold and rainy so far. Looking for some of that southern ...
... need to draw that word in your note pad for the person next to you to guess it and the note pads go around the circle until you get yours back. I was crying from laughter as John gets "Shaved pubic hair" from my drawing of "Freckles" (I drew a girl in pig tails with freckles….) and Hinesh draws John's "Shaved pubic hair" and Erin guesses "Urination". I haven't laughed so hard in such a long time. The girls are fascinated by us for a while, Rylee decides she wants to sit with us but ...
... at the end of the day. Sadly, the night pictures are not that great because I am an amateur photographer with a relative inexpensive camera. It was also raining. However, I highly recommend seeing DC on a clear night. The lights shining on the white marble buildings and monuments are a site to behold. Crime is high in DC, so be cautious and stay with the crowds if possible. Going back to rude overseers of the capital, we were walking in front of ...
... Office of Administration and Executive Office of the President. This was a beautiful building and even more spectacular than the White House in my opinion.
Continuing around the side of the Executive Office we reached the Presidential Gardens which housed the First Division monument. A monument to those who died serving in the first Infantry Division of the US Army. On the southern side of the park we had another view of the White House and its garden with a ...
... for those generally uninterested in these sort of things....the Space Shuttle Challenger which was recently retired after successfully completing 39 trips into space. Absolutely fascinating to actually be standing under the tiled surface which had withstood various firey re-entries into the earth's atmosphere!
After we were finally able to drag Mark away we headed back to ...