Hampton Inn & Suites Charles Town
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... br> El Salvador flight is boarding! Hurry up everyone!
It was weird going through security and not being strip-searched for once. I even wore slip-on shoes this year, but the security guy just kept telling people, "No, you can leave that there. No, we'll pick it up on the scanner, no need to empty it..." I wonder if my Chapstick would have made it through! I had already put it in my backpack to avoid ...
... of advice and tips within a ten minute conversation. He talked about how The Beatles were poor businessmen and that being an artist does not mean that you are a good business person. Anyways my point is that he is extremely intelligent and I think I will enjoy getting to know him more throughout the trip. We finally got to Dulles and everyone got through security just fine. The only problem we had was the sound ...
... us at Blockbuster to look at movies while she went to Little Caesar's to pick up our celebratory TGIF pizza dinner.
We loved browsing those bright, cream-colored aisles. Of course we always had to hit up the New Releases wall first, but eventually we would make our way to the inner aisles, where the older films were located. I can't even call what we did "walking" down the aisles - it was more stand, one step to the side, and stand, ...
... congested and my sinuses were swollen, so the altitude climbs and descents were really painful. At one point I actually laid my face into my pillow and pushed really hard against my eyes to relieve the pressure. I alternated watching six episodes of Season 3 Game of Thrones and sleeping to pass the time. The sleep was soooo weird. I think what happened was that I was so tired that as soon as I shut my eyes I would start a dream, but they were ...
... have Dramamine so that is good. Nervous about meeting the new people, but also really excited. Nervous about my new responsibilities, but also confident that I can do the work. Nervous because, duh, it’s Oxford! The one place where my love of learning and British people combine! And sometimes the only thing scarier than not achieving a dream, is having it handed to you.
Countdown to Oxford: 24 hours
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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