Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Sterling
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... where we were as we had no idea. We were in Tenley.
Tried deep fried mozzarella sticks - very nice. Followed that with a salad and pizza. Needed Tom to get us home which he did with only one replanning - told us to go around a non existent roundabout.
A big day out but an enjoyable one. Saw a lot more of the national monuments than I thought I would and was impressed with what I saw. So pleased we were able to go both at night and in the day.
... the main area in Washington for an illumination tour with our guide, Kate. We went and saw the Capital building, where all the important government decisions are made. We then headed on to the Washington Monument (the giant stick), and then went and saw the Korean and Vietnam war memorials. They were very well done. The Korean one has 19 statues, which when the sun is behind them casts 19 shadows. This is significant because 38 ...
... I'm assuming this is what it feels like when bungee jumpers are standing at the edge of the bridge about to jump off. Or like when you're on a roller coaster and it dangles you at the top of the biggest hill. Much like the jumper or rider, I'm looking down at my boarding pass, that last distressed breath before the drop that is my six-week excursion.
Alrighty, well, considering the fact that I ...
Traveling solo, unfortunately, continues to suffer a stigma. However, due to advancement in technology and the increase in options for maintaining contact with our loved ones from home, more people are starting to go on trips on their own. Also, once you hit the road by yourself, the truth is you will always have people to connect with including other solo travelers which leads to you gaining one or ...
... It is amazing to me how happy everyone seems to be. I have yet to See child crying or an adult looking unhappy. Everyone has job to do and they must surly feel a sense of gratitude.
The Romanian Orthodox church has great authority in all aspects of life. There is no birth control and is quite common for families to have 17 or more children and girls as young as 13 are sometimes mothers. Every village has several churches. As a matter of ...