Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Tysons Corner
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... salad, my burger was ordered medium and may have been slightly undercooked but that was OK with me. After dinner we took a wander through the mall but were out of time as all of the stores closed at 9:30. We rang up the hotel and the driver was there in mere minutes to take us back to the hotel. We finished out the night enjoying the glow from the TV (when you don't have cable at home, watching the history channel means vacation).
... main reason for it being slow and difficult was the amount of security in place - post Boston. For Friday night, Terri organised us to catch up for drinks at the Australian Embassy - for their 'Prayers' session. A fellow colleague, Jon Surbeck, is now posted to the Embassy and it was great to catch up with some Aussies for drinks. My trip so far has provided me with some fantastic opportunities to catch up with many friend, one surprising ...
... up the TomTom and headed confidently out into the nevernever land of Manhattan traffic momentarily screaming at each other about which side of the road was actually the right side
... about how the civil war was fought and also 911.
I was starting to get a bit peckish and decided to have an early dinner on the way home. I jumped on a bike and headed to a Starbucks for a coffee and to start the previous day's blog. It was nice to finally sit down and take a load off. I was buggered.
I popped into a local brewhouse and restaurant a couple of doors up from Starbucks and surveyed their menu. They had their own craft beers on tap so I thought ...
"Well here we are back in the good old United States of America!" My friends think so too. It sure is good to be back in the homeland. Shelby wants to check out Washington D.C. “Great!” I finally get to visit our nation's Capitol.
Connor wants to see the White House, especially the front lawn. “What’s so special about a plot ...