Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Sterling - Dulles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my senior year of college, it's fairly safe to say that six weeks without bagels is probably a blessing in disguise if anything, but I digress.
So I leave tomorrow! (That's a lie, it's past 3 AM, so I leave later today.) For those of you catching up, I'm going to Senegal for six weeks with VA Tech to study French and hopefully I won't embarrass myself too much. For a normal, functioning ...
... of life.
Boy am I getting tired! I am walking everywhere I go! I walk to get there and walk each place of interest. I headed to the Air and Space Museum. It was great. Lots to see and do. Reminded me a bit of Creative Discovery Museum with all the gravity and hands-on experiments. I practiced flying a plane, toy of course. Lots of reading. Lots of students from other schools.
... I had to take a heap of shots before the light faded and even though my camera information was displaying "no way can you take a good shot, its way too dark so don't even try" this was one of these moments I was
talking about before, I totally ignored the information and clicked away anyway and even though the ISO of the camera was sitting at 3200 and all natural lighting was just about gone, I didn't care, I would never get here again, the picture in ...
... no-one, not even Australia or the US, wanted to do anything about it. Even refugee Jews trying to escape the horror were refused entry to other countries - no-one in the whole world wanted them. So very very sad. I can't believe that people can treat ...
Uneventful trip to Dulles with the typical 5 pm traffic of a week day and a fast check in and security screening. Only two people asked me if I was going somewhere cold... Probably because it is 80 degrees outside and I'm dressed like an Eskimo with a big heavy coat with fur and knee high boots. I don't care though and I laugh because I'm just thrilled to have packed everything in just a carryon and a back pack. I could ...