Fairfield Inn & Suites Germantown Gaithersburg
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I've been thinking a lot about time over the last two days, mostly how there never seems to be enough of it. I have five days left to get ready for summer in Oxford, and I'm finding that the remaining time is quickly filling up with activities. Some of the activities are necessary - laundry, packing, notifying the bank of my travel dates, and now the stupid daily meetings with my stupid leasing office people who ...
... make for easy reminiscing (and to make Kate and Emma laugh during late nights in the Office), but it never occurred to me that anyone else would actually read it. But apparently people did read it. And want to read it again! So here we go, suckers...
In eight days I'll be leaving to return to Oxford. Eight days!!! When did that happen?????? I remember leaving last year and thinking about how much I would miss everyone and ...
... like to think that part of it at least didn't want me to leave either.
But, enough sop stories. I know that the rest of my time on this trip will be amazing and I can't be hung up too long on what's behind me, because there'll be plenty of amazing things ahead I'm sure.
So, after an easy 4 hour trip on an empty coach with free WiFi the whole way, I got back to DC and Andrew took me out for my last night ...
... fair performer, wine connoisseur, free spirit, party host and all round great guy. J and I felt so welcome, but not in the way of feeling like a guest, with guest rules and forced hospitality by our host, we felt like we instantly belonged in that group of people. Tony lives in a beautiful house, happily married for 44 years, he drinks fine wine, eats great food and always has great company. If I could be as content and happy with my life when I hit his age, ...
... wings, mini burgers and the like, instantly got lots of attention, gave us a good sign for future nights, if it's like this for the remainder of our trip, then j and I will not struggle to make friends quickly.
After that was dog fish, a local brewery bar, that looked and felt more like a motorway gastro pub. This was where we discovered that due to the distance between so many different ...