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Travel Blogs from Linthicum
... in Hong Kong enough to re-energize me for a long time?
Now fast forward to today. I was at the National Zoo in Washington, DC with two of my friends who were fellow participants in my study abroad program. We had a great time catching up and reminiscing about China, what we missed and what we never wanted to return to. As we were leaving the zoo, we wanted to take a picture together at the entrance sign. I walked over to people standing in front ...
... straight to some of D.C.'s less known spots in the U street Corridor, Georgetown, East End, and Penn Quarter. Starting out mid-morning Saturday on 14th Street NW, I stopped at Eatonville in the U street corridor, a hotspot with the locals. Looking at the brunch menu there were two items that popped out at me: The Callahan and the Bloody Mary with Old Bay seasoning. After one bite of the fried chicken, it made sense why the locals loved ...
... on the dining room.
Back in DC, almost two hours at the Smithsonian, a visit to Ford Theater to learn about President Lincoln's assassination....to a souvenir shop for T-shirts, photo op at the White House. The White House looked rather plain from the street. Very pretty....very white.
On to Pizzeria Uno at Union Station for a buffet. One more monument on our way out of ...
... t doing their job but then I noticed a suitcase sitting in the room. They had given me a key to an occupied room. I quickly left.
I went back to the check-in desk and asked for an unoccupied room. I was given another room and a re-programmed key card. I went to the room and went in (after knocking this time, just in case). I set up my computer, made sure I could connect to their wi-fi and then headed for the ...
... in the breeze.
From there we went to the Korean War Memorial. Sorry, I mean Korean Conflict. Apparently, in the US, congress never actually called it a war. Just a tad confusing for me. The memorial itself was quite interesting as It has a long wall with faces of actual people who served in Korea etched in to it. The pictures were taken from photographs that the press and war correspondents took during the war. The other part of the memorial is a ...
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