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... scarves, hats, and trinkets. It's probably a good thing these are coming to and end in the winter, or else we won't have any spending money for Christmas!
As much as I was looking forward to working again, my free time also gave me the chance to catch up with a bunch of my nurse friends. My good friend Elizabeth, who started at WCH around the same time I did in 2008, is going back to Australia. She is originally from there and has been traveling here in the US ...
Our next port of call was again a place where you could hear a pin drop and wonder whether you were actually in a school filled with children at all. We were met by the Principal who proudly gave us a history of how she had turned the school around. This amounted to the second time today we were described ...
We said goodbye to Granada, and arrived in Madrid in the late afternoon. Our hotel was right on the plaza that faces the train station, so we had a very lively view. It was very old fashioned, with the tiny elevators, and the giant room keys that you turn in to the front desk every time you leave the building. We had no idea what to do, so we walked to the Plaza Mayor. There is a giant statue of a man on a horse ...
... which has the tomb of the unknown soldier, the gravesites of the Kennedy Family and many sites of Vietnam War victims. We also passed by the Pentagon which is heavily patrolled by security police since 9/11.
The Blue bus route concluded close to the Washington Monument so we strolled along Independence Avenue. We stopped to view the garden within the grounds of the Smithsonian Castle on our way back to dinner at our ...
... only been doing tours in America this year). Anyway, more on her later. We also meet everybody else - 17 travellers all together - 16 Australians and one token guy Lucas from Brazil. People from Sydney, Wollongong, Hobart, Darwin, Albury and not many from Victoria. All very nice of course and slowly getting to know each other. We have a massive coach so we have plenty of room to spread out and relax. Now to the tourist things. As you can tell by the blog name, we headed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility