Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC / Greenbelt
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... It's a 4 hour trip according to google maps which, based on experience, means a 6 hour trip. We are staying overnight at a hotel near Brooklyn Bridge (which had no record of our reservation when I rang to confirm - thankfully Fight Centre Noosa Civic got it sorted for us). Went to another Apple store and bought some sort of technological brilliance that will copy the photos from our camera to my iPad to my blog. Not tonight though - I'm taaaaaaaaard. Goodnight ...
... He so deserves no matter the size of the church. We both are so grateful to Him for all the blessings He has bestowed on us.
Monday, our friends from Cortland, Ohio, Tony and Ruth, were visiting their daughter in Maryland. They met up with us at our campground and we all went to DC. together. They spent the night in our RV and Tuesday we all headed ...
... lunch and to take the elevator up to the top floor. From 9 stories about the city, you really can see it all! It made my stomach do flip flops to look out from so high in the air but it really was breathtaking! On the way back to the hotel, we walked past the Ford's Theatre and the house where Lincoln died. We also walked past the opposite side of the White House and the ...
... how do you sum up a life in a paragraph? There was also a special exhibit of portraits done by contemporary artists – I took one photo before being told by the guard "no photos". At least, I have one. We breezed through the American Art wing of grand landscapes and scultpture - and I realized how much better schooled I am in European than American art. I found a few artists I want to learn more about….I took a ...
... with a quick sense of humor and a contagious laugh. By the time his lecture begins after dinner he is on a first name basis with several of our participants, and shares his email and cards with everyone promising them that he will respond if they if they contact him. His lecture is fascinating. He discusses his long career with the CIA and his efforts as a polygraph examiner in Vietnam and against the Soviet Union, as well as a screener of potential ...