Hilton Garden Inn Arlington/Shirlington
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- Swimming pool
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Didn't sleep for as long as I would have liked, but we went out early and had brekky and got a few things from a pharmacy near here. They sell all sorts of extra stuff. They had milk, soft drinks, chips, dips, washing powder etc so very handy indeed. We are currently waiting for our grocery delivery. Which I ordered from Aust before leaving. As we have a full kitchen it will save us having to ...
... improvement in educational outcomes for children in the iPad class. This was particularly noticeable with the lower ability readers who made excellent gains during the year. Camilla was quick to point out that that these strong results could not categorically be attributed to the introduction of iPads and that there were a number of other variables in play. From my point of view however, it did reinforce to me that this sort of internal research is ...
The Dog are Here !!!!!! Mum and Dad (Nicks) drove the dogs to the PetAir Heathrow kennels ready for their flight the next day on 16th. After leaving the kennels on the 16th, they were off to Heathrow in their crates - the dogs not mum and dad. On the US side we wee then tracking them as they took off from about 6:30 am (US time). By 1:15 pm, we were picking the kids ...
We then got back on the I95 and drove to our hotel in Arlington, Virginia, which is accross the river from the capital. We are 5 blocks from the Pentagon. Coming into Washington was pretty full on given the amount of traffic, bridges, and lanes we had to negotiate with our struggling GPS unit. We only took the wrong turn once!
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... the USA, first to go around the world and 'Glamorous Glennis', the first plane to break the sound barrier with Chuck Yeager behind the wheel.
Before leaving our tour I was also able to touch a piece of moon rock. I have vague recollections of seeing some moon rock at Hastings museum when I was a nipper with some famous person there, maybe an astronaut. I will have to check with Ma and see if that is true or some weird dream I once had.