Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park
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... Rica until you've been there. Then you can actually get it. It reminds me of Burn Camp in some ways, because you just don't get it until you come there and see how wonderful the entire situation really is. I am looking forward to future Costa Rican adventures, and I hope I can continue to be a part of making a difference in a small part of the world. Thank you for reading, and please try to embody the "Pura Vida" lifestyle. For now, ...
... at Fst & 7th. We live at Lst & 11th but after refuelling at Redline Bar for some buffalo wings & a necessary wine I was ready to tackle the walk home. Distracted by Beck. brasserie for dinner. Surf and turf for Phillip scallops and lamb possibly a Washington twist! I enjoy skate with pancetta ! Skate= stingray which is a bit of a challenge but ultimately delicious ! Chocolate cake to finish such a great way to finish an intense ...
When I first started this blog I didn't know how to upload pictures, and there are a couple I wanted to up load and share. Also I wanted to explain the Quilt Barn pictures.
Also, please excuse the misspelling of The Arlington National Cemetery in my last post.
... a walk – it was sunny and a crisp 64 degrees. We walked the leafy streets and gawked at the embassy buildings and guessed at which country it was based on the national flag. Harvey thinks there are 192 countries in the world. In all likelihood the majority of them probably have an embassy here. Washington DC is like ancient Rome – both cities are/were the center of political power. We pass an embassy for Lesotho and ...
... room! Jimmy Carter himself delivered the Crisis of Confidence speech in this office.
Carter had been spending some time in Japan when he received a call from Patrick Caddell, Carter’s pollster. Caddell was calling to inform Carter of the energy crisis that had spun out of control. While Carter had been in Japan, gas prices had skyrocketed, gas was ...