Extended Stay America - Washington, DC - Landover
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... the scarf. ( conmpared to other cultures where filler is used in bras ) lol ! We visited a museum with artifacts of the ancient cultures and then to a private folklore show, held in a woman's studio in the older part of town. First time I've found the old Russian apartment blocks to appear relatively charming. The performance was excellent. We stopped at other gaudy monuments. Day 3 - We flew to the town of Mary, which is the newly built town adjacent to ...
In a few minutes, I set off for Mombasa, Kenya.To be honest,
I've been pretty anxious about this trip. Aside from the logistics of
moving out of a city I've been calling home for 5 years, I've been a
little travel shy as of late. I returned from Russia with what I can
only describe as a really odd sort of mild PTSD. I found myself unable
to engage with others, work, or school. I was trying to force myself
back into the space I'd ...
... nobody thought anything of it was because he was an actor in that theater and those stunts were normal for him. It was also a comedy and people were laughing so hard when the shot was fired few heard it. Lincoln also had a security guard that normally would have been in the booth next to him however he had gone to get a drink and had left Lincoln and his wife alone (as he often did because Lincoln didn't always want his body guard around him). It was ...
... mark for Israelis. I solved the case of the nuclear trigger.
Laura, also Agent Shoe: Get ready this is a long one. We went to Ford's Theater and saw a play. Lauren (Agent Squirrel) fell asleep the whole time. Then we went to a portrait gallery and saw a painting of the founder of Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low. Then we went to an awesome spy museum. And we were spies. We were on a spy operation. We had to find out who stole the trigger and lights were flashing ...
... were able to get on the last tour of the day. Our guide was a very sweet, elderly lady who had been doing tours for many years. I enjoyed the tour very much. The details and history of the Capital Building are fascinating.
We wrapped up our 3rd and final day in DC with a walk by all the Senate and Congress Houses. You can feel the egos and pollution, I mean politics, all the way to the streets' edges.