Hampton Inn Bowie
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... of lovely animals and got some great pictures. Got home about 2pm ... We were both exhausted and spent the rest of the day in the apartment. The heat is taking it out of both of us, Caught the red metro train at Farragut North Metro Station and got off at Cleveland Park. Has to walk about .5 kms to the Zoo downhill. When we left we walked downhill again to Woodley Park Metro to catch the train ...
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,
... stand on the shore of the Potomac River in Virginia and see two other states across the river, DC and Maryland. It has history, and is quite picturesque. Looked in the window of a quaint floating building, and was invited in by an old wooden boatbuilder (the boats were wooden not the man - he was quite friendly and not a hard case.) We chatted about various timbers and what he does here. Saw a paddle steamer - a wedding party had hired it for a ...
... the Jefferson memorial across the water of the tidal bay. By this time we were over walked and very cold (the arctic air that made NY so cold was coming down to Washington!) so we walked over to the Smithsonian part of the mall to eat lunch at the American Indian museum! Luke had traditional taco like things and I had a nacho type meal but the best part was dessert! I had a pumpkin hickory cake with caramelised pumpkin and honey cream! Yum!!
Next was chilling ...
... us again, and invited us to the opening of his new restaurant called ‘Barcelona’, a tapas and wine bar, the following evening.
Day 22: Today, we woke up, hit up Starbucks (pumpkin bread for me - yum!!) and Subway for a quick breakfast, and then made our way to Arlington Cemetery, a famous cemetery that has some of the nation’s most celebrated heroes and figureheads buried there. We made our way to the grave of ...