Hilton Garden Inn Arlington/Shirlington
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... last weekend. Spending time with my mom and sister is always a blast! We saw the pandas, explored the American History Smithsonian, stopped by The White House, and ate some excellent Greek food. I hope they had as much fun as I did. I just want to thank everyone for making my time what it was - amazing. I could go on for days, but I think I will leave it at that. Until next time, DC. As for now, I had an idea ...
... are quite lovely. Back to the car via the Sculpture Garden.
Moved the car to the road we had parked on last night in West Potomac Park. This is free parking for 3 hours. We were down close to the Franklin D Roosevelt monument which is huge and is made up of many stone walls creating rooms with some of his sayings engraved on the walls. There were also some statues and sculptures in the memorial.
We proceeded to the Martin Luther King ...
... People seemed very drunk but like... I don't know how to put this... Eh. People just seemed to be enjoying the music and swaying and shaking somewhat. I didn't see a lot of guys actively creeping on girls, and it was true Norwegian guys don't buy girls drinks. I saw a bunch of decently good looking girls buy their own drinks, swipe credit cards and not tip the bartender, hah. I had ONE guy offer while I was in line to get ...
Weather: Fine 92F
Boarded AMTRAK Train 2203 from Penn Station (New York) to Union Station, Washington DC at 8.00am. No allocation of seats, very large and comfortable with table between seats, as if nearly travelling first class in an aeroplane, we were able to place our luggage away from walkways, not a great deal of area to store large suitcases. Jayde slept all the way (that is a sign of seat ...
... to high school students and recent high school graduates. It was created to help students learn less frequently taught languages. The Languages taught abroad are:
- (Mandarin) Chinese
- P ersian (Tajiki)
- Turkis h
- Jor ...