Hampton Inn & Suites Annapolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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We had planned a tour of the Capitol building and wanted to make sure we were right on time. When we arrived we took a group picture outside and then tried to make our way inside but Maya S. was about to pee her pants. Of course, every single port-a-potty was locked, so I grabbed her hand and ran across the street to a tour bus of students and begged the driver and the teachers to let her use it... For those of you who have seen Two Weeks ...
... let you know when I hear back. Don't worry...we won't all be squished into two rooms. I will work it out. One thing you will learn through your travels in Bali is that everything moves at a slower pace and it pays to be patient.
For our daily excursions, I reached out to Wayan, my favorite local tour guide who gave me a wonderful day trip when I was there last year. I love working directly with him because he is ...
... for the last two nights....great bar...met some interesting people!! Big football game in Washington tonight....cowboys vs redskins. Everyone is about their football teams here...no one knows who the All Blacks are!! Heading back to Norfolk Virginia now...we actually had warm weather so that was great. No jet lag...feeling great, although matt is a bit tired...cant keep the kiwi down!!! The roads here are crazy!! Hope you are all great in NZ. Will post pictures when I get a laptop. ...
... is that - Nelson's column and red trouser patrons aside - London isn't full of willies.
I didn't bring this up during dinner, and we instead discussed (over a compulsory 6-pack of coronas) Egypt, Syria, Iran, Israel & Palestine, and Jordan. Luckily, the only thing I had to read on my trek from Austin were two recent editions of the Guardian Weekly, and I learnt more about the middle east in what seemed like 21 hours than the previous 21 years of my ...
... genuine thoughtful and engaging. A leader that I would enjoy working for and learning from. I found myself wondering where he was when I was serving. One comment that resonated with me was when he shared that "when I was a MIDN I did not appreciate what I was given". I have been guilty of that myself (I know you are surprised) and find myself wondering how to beige aware and appreciative in the moment (no light bulbs net yet) The MIDN store is at least 6x larger than ...