Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Reston
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... theme. This museum was great and we will be going to the second one near Chantilly in Virginia.
Our first hurdle was to get a parking meter to work. Luckily we had several to choose form and moved the car as we tried each machine. The first accepted the credit card but we could not get the buttons to work to register the time we wanted. Another car driver put coins in his meter and it did not register any time. He said it happened ...
... is his symbol, and it's on everything.
We visited the Carpet Museum.. Carpet making is a very important part of their culture, heritage, and textiles are an important part of their economy. The curator described the museum as a "generous gift" from Pres Niyazov
One display was a yurt, traditional moveable home of the nomads.....where rugs served as furniture ( chair, bed, etc.) They're not used as homes anymore, but many people use them as vacation ...
... there's the house representatives which are different for each state according to population. So those two different houses and the presidency all have to agree before a law is passed ... Yeah guys I'm learning Then, we went to the national geographic museum to meet Alyssa she works in the offices there, on our way whilst following m street on our bikes ... M street stopped so with our patience wearing thin we walked the rest. We rushed home so we could go to the nearby park ...
... t realise NZ was separate islands.
We order a warm brownie to share, it's huge as expected! This is probably the best thing I've tasted since arriving, especially the warm peanut butter sauce drizzled over the ice cream & cream.
The Capitals beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-4. Pay the bill which totals $110 including tip, pretty insane for dinner, sweet potato fries, 2 beers, 2 ciders, desert & 6 vodkas.
... Every day I could not have been more grateful for having her as a host mom and for being in the incredible city that is Bilbao. Even the walk to class blew me away day after day and understandably so if you look at the pictures.
My goal while being in Bilbao was of course to improve my Spanish but to also experience as many aspects of the Spanish culture as I possibly could. Both of which I believe I accomplished to some extent. As far ...