Fairfield Inn Laurel
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... d accidently colored one leaf in a color I had not intended, but I realized it didn't matter; there was no right or wrong here. It was up to me.
As ridiculous as it may sound, the 30 minutes that I spent coloring was, from a mental perspective, amazingly liberating. The first thing I noticed was the sense of calm. My mind was clear. There was nothing. No worries, no papers to grade, no bills to pay, nothing. Only green, yellow, teal. Only my ...
... an old colonial house. There were some sample toys laying around, so I took a try at "ball-in-a-cup." It was really hard. I didn't win. We also found out that it was common during this period for people to sleep in two shifts. People would go to bed when the sun went down, wake up for a couple of hours and usually stay in bed, read, pray, etc. and then go back to bed for another shift. The things you learn at national parks!
We weren't feeling too adventurous in terms of trying ...
No-one was Keen to get up when the alarm went off at 7:30 for some reason?? So I sat in bed and read quietly till 8 then progressively got more insistent on movement and getting out of bed by 8:30am. We walked to the corner to a nice cafe and had a great breakfast which was really cheap comparatively to what we've been expecting of late! Quick stop back at the hotel to brush teeth and off we walked down the National Mall to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. It ...
What an amazing day! We started with complimentary breakfast for everyone at our hotel, had a quick stop at the hotel tour desk, grabbed a map and some information and headed out to explore this city! The weather was a lovely 21 degrees as expected but not humid. I think Washington was being nice to us for our first day here. Tuesday is supposed to be quite warm and humid. I'll look forward to that . . . . (or maybe not!)
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... that the Australian Embassy is significantly over represented if Embassy size is related to population.. From there it was back into the city for the monument part of the trip. We jumped off the Trolley at Union station, which is right next to the Capital building. Spent some time there looking around and taking a few snaps. We picked up the next shuttle and headed off to the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War ...