Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Germantown - Milestone
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"What loss, your grace, is to man most irrecoverable?"
“No, for by his actions, he may redeem his virtue.”
“Then, his honor.”
“No, for again he may find the means to recover it, even as a man recovers some fortune he has lost.”
“Then I can't say, Your Majesty.”
“Time, your grace. Of all losses, time is the most irrecuperable, for it can ...
Hello blog! It's been a while. I obviously didn't keep up with my goal of blogging once a week, but oh well. I've actually been meaning to start this for a few days now, but then stupid internet in the new apartment went crazy, so I better write this entry quick while I still have a signal.
It was astonishing to me how many people asked me if I planned to blog again this summer. I do love having all of my stories written ...
It was so hard to say goodbye to New York. I had the best week of my life in that city; it was exciting, stimulating, beautiful in its own unique way, I met some great people and ultimately fell in love with the city. I joked about the fact that I'm possibly the only person in history who is disappointed that I 'have' to go to Fiji today, but it's testament to how much I did not want to leave that amazing city, ...
... destroyed J and myself. So we chose the 4 hour drive from NYC to Germantown and decided to go out in DC instead. Good drinks, good company and it was so refreshing to have a guide in Andrew and Hannah and not have to fend for ourselves for a night.
However, regardless of this, I was walking on dead legs by this point, and as soon as we got home around 3ish I was out like a light.
Yesterday was very interesting. What can I say about Tony? He's a ...
... 12.30ish to go for a McDonald's, which, although cheap, massive and politely served, was almost completely the wrong order.
But, undeterred, we took our McDonald's and cooler full of beer to the local national park, skimmed stones, climbed a tree, drank a couple of beers and had a good lads afternoon. After that, home, shower and kilted ready for the off.
First bar was Joe's, had some very ...
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