Fairfield Inn Potomac Mills Woodbridge
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... just do what we did and look at it through the window, rather than go in).
We got to our campsite and I had 10 bites on my legs within the first 2 minutes of stepping out of the van. This was not a good sign for my first camping experience. Also, between the mosquitos and the spiders everywhere (perhaps because we were camping in leaves), it was definitely icky.
We learnt how to put up our tents, before heading on ...
... Antigua, I decided to do home stay. No one in the house was allowed to speak any language but Spanish. The first few days were emotionally challenging for me but as I slowly progressed in my studies of the language, it became a much more enjoyable experience. By the time I left Guatemala two months later, I was proficient in Spanish, gained new friends and felt a major accomplishment with my so called "solo ...
... airport." I decided to get the airport early.
Sometimes you can go to the airport, pick up your ticket, drop your bags, and get through security in less than twenty minutes. Other times it can take up to two hours due to people's ineptitude. "Yes yes you have to take your shoes off." "Yes yes yes take that change out of your pocket." See its made of metal. I know it's an inconvenience and you don't "look like a Terrorist" I get it. ...
... included a 13 minute introductory film, viewing the inside of the impressive dome, the crypt, the original Senate room and Supreme Court. Although the House of Representatives was not sitting today we were lucky to also be invited to view it’s Public Gallery.
In the afternoon we crossed over to the blue route of the Big Red Bus tour to cross the Potomac River into Arlington, Virginia. Here we saw the ...
... of church and state), and being Founder of the University of Virginia. What about being President? Not his favorite job! He hated politics. He was, of course, our third President after Washington and Adams. And began a string of three straight Virginians in the White House.
We were given an excellent tour (well worth the $24 admission price) by a wonderful guide. She loved her subject and told stories well. Now that's an ...