Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Herndon - Dulles
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... the tour managed to give us two extra rooms. Our hotel is beautiful. The kids can’t get over their rooms. I ended up with my own and so did Ms. Winter. We have giant king size beds... I feel like royalty.. I just can’t figure out how to shut off my A/C so it is an icebox in here. My fingers are like frozen prunes (still pruney from the pool). They enjoyed the world’s loudest game of Marco Polo and making their hair look like George ...
... minute that school groups turn up! We've been like a magnet for school tours all trip, and it happened again today at the National Archives. Worst part is the kids are rude and don't have any appreciation of the area they're in. We did briefly get to see the 3 main artifacts located in the National Archives Building before being overrun with kids. These were the three documents of American Freedom; The Declaration of Independance, Bill of Rights and ...
... it after a US President it would be more apt to call it the Richard 'Tricky Dicky' Nixon Airport.
After a very short taxi drive I arrived at the Holiday Inn Washington Capitol, checked in and went up to my room. Now, when I decided that I was going to Washington I tried on numerous occasions to book tickets to the stadium tour and a game; unfortunately, for some reason the website would not accept my card. On one instance I even phoned up but to no avail so when ...
... To my campus liaison, Ms. Naeyaert, thank you for your encouragement, enthusiasm and support to get me down to DC. Thank you, Mr. Lievens and Ms. Roosens, for taking the time to write me a letter of recommendation. And thank goodness for the admissions of TWC to give me this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Many thanks to The Washington Center for putting together such a quality program. Thank you to my placement advisor, for helping to find my internship at Study Sparkz. ...
... find a more appropriate spot. Besides, I was hungry and decided to head down to the dining cart. I ordered a pulled pork roll, a cinnamon bun (both were gross) and found a spot at a table - which had a plug point. And that's where I met Daniel Mahfood. Daniel is a white guy from Jamaica whose part Lebanese. Daniel lives in Florida and has graduated as an attorney and is working for a judge. We had such an interesting chat and what a great guy with a very bright future ahead of ...