Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Reston
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... 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 ...
... about the traffic around DC. We got a cab, (an adventure in itself)
and went to Union Station, where we got tickets on the trolley tour thing. At thirty
something dollars a ticket it’s a bit pricey, but it does go pretty much
everywhere that tourists would be brave enough to want to see. Additionally, we
had been giving Sam’s gammy leg a bit of a workout, especially the previous day
at Arlington, and it would ...
... 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 ...
... We decided to go to Capitol Hill this evening instead. We'll go to Georgetown tomorrow when it's still light out...the sun is pretty much set just after 7 pm. A man dining alone at the restaurant we had diner at struck up a conversation with us and we learned he was from New York City and he gave us a few recommendations on places to eat in Midtown. Capitol Hill at night is tranquil. There are few people around, and you can hear the frogs and the crickets. We got some ...
... all trendy students live and study) for some dinner, followed by an evening drive around Washington DC. Taking photos at sunset and by twilight is something I haven't really been able to do on this trip, as often our hotels are a ways away from attractions. It was so much fun too look over DC from the John F Kennedy Performing Arts Centre. Next was the World War 2 memorial which ...