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... admins, especially Natalie and Thomas - I've known plenty of "admin" types in my day. You should write a book about how to do it properly. Your dedication and enthusiasm for the program, kindness and willingness to help out, and overall positivity was appreciated more than you know.
To the faculty - you rock! I loved getting to know you this summer, and I hope to see you back next year.
To my fellow deans - thanks for bringing ...
... a few other things. Next up was the Natural History Museum. T-Rex was prominent again, so was the giant squid and the hope diamond. A quick visit of both then it was back on the train home. We finished of our final night in DC with dinner at Il Canale in Georgetown, a nice Italian place with wood-fired pizza. It ran a close second to ...
... the time go by. A bit after 6pm we were away. The flight was only short and as we descended the areas we could see were beautiful, leafy, spread out, clean. Large typically American houses on large blocks and tree lined streets. From the airport it was a 30 minute bus trip to a subway station on the extremes of the Washington Subway network. The subway into Washington DC was uneventful.
We knew exactly where we had to go. Because we have no internet access on the go ...
... and other significant buildings all of which seem to have free entry. We did almost the entire loop for the first hour on the top deck of the bus. In theory that should have been great but...... there were droplets descending on and off so we got to look gorgeous in some ponchos. Having brought a rain jacket I decided to leave it behind and take a chance rather than carry it. Derr me! I have probably wasted the only opportunity I will have to use it for the whole trip. First hop ...
... down along the reflecting pool to the Lincoln Memorial. I then headed over to the Korean War Memorial which was very unique (see the photo!) then cycled along the Potomac River to see the Martin Luther King Jr National Memorial as well as the Jefferson Memorial. By this stage I was feeling pretty comfy on my bike and headed up to the US Capital. It was National Cop Week as well as the National Police Memorial Day and the National Mall was crawling with police ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility