Hampton Inn & Suites National Harbor/Alexandria Area
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... adults, across the country, are keying in to the benefits of "Color Therapy." Presumably they've decided to call it that for marketing reasons, to make it sound legit to the people who still feel the need to spend loads of money on personal meditation trainers. But Color Therapy is simply coloring, the way we all did as children, except that mental healthcare professionals are recognizing its benefits for adults. Aurora University offers free ...
... was not my style" he was dumbfounded. He went on and on and on. At some point I had to tell him I was "strait Edge" (Which is a lie since I do drink) but fun was fun. Not interested in buying from you dude.
Once I got on the compound I was feeling much safer. The resort is about the size of any large state university surrounded by a fence and guarded gates. It was like Camp David in Maryland. ...
... probably the most awkward thing to do when travelling alone. I combat this by eating at the bar. You meet all types of randoms. I admit sometimes not ones you really want to talk to but you win some and lose some... Nothing else noteworthy really. Ooh except the instant gluten free Mac and cheese cup I found in Safeway. Getting to the night train. When hurrying to catch my night train i literally paid a begger telling me her fake story (looking for cash) to ...
... pool with a fountain. Surrounding the pool are 56 pillars with a wreath on each one, representing the states, territories and the District of Columbia at the time of the World War II. I thought it was beautifully designed & I liked the symbolism of joining the Pacific & Atlantic in an oval shape & the inscriptions around the memorial.
The US ...
the UN Millenium Development Goals Millenium Development Village, is one
of those awful development people. The jingoistic-y, preachy, white
man's burden sort. The kind that sends back a margarita at a Kigali
hotel because people must be taught how to do better. Jesus, man. Listen
to yourself. Just awful. And I'm not even touching on the patronizing
misogyny he exhibits toward his wife and other women. (On a side note,