Hilton McLean Tysons Corner
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... we were two teachers from Chattanooga, Tennessee and taught at Normal Park Museum Magnet School. He instantly remembered his recent visit to our school and mentioned how impressed he was with the exhibits and students at our school. He congratulated us on all the work we do for our lovely students.
Next we mingled till it was time for our Capital tour, which was nicely arranged by Senator Corker’s staff. While waiting, we ran into one of ...
... a lot smaller of the museums but still had lots to offer. I managed to see George Washington's gear as well as Lincoln's hat and outfit, there were lots of old weapons and also a pair of shoes from the wizard of oz. Again lots of historic things, didn't bother looking at all the presidents wives dresses on show, not my cup of tea. Saw a black squirrel on teh way back, weird.
Day 65 - 25th November 2013
Had to get up early as we had to be out of ...
... we got soaked doing it, but as Darren said, "this would not be a Amanda & Darren vacation without getting soaked in the rain at least once on this trip." That said, the rest of our time here should be rain free. Tomorrow is a busy day. It should result in some great photos to share with everyone. Good night ...
... Milestone Press for our three-week absence and planning for my graduation, so packing for our three weeks in Greece has been a little frantic at times. Luckily, we had all of Sunday to get ready (which for me involved about 20 hours of sleep in two nights). Special thanks goes to Lynn Brandon and Angus Morrison, who not only attended my graduation ceremony but volunteered to take most of my things from ...
... t too bad but as we neared the Washington, D.C. area, it picked up considerably. We located a Cracker Barrel and stopped for a late breakfast. Next stop: Stafford, where we found my cousin's house without much difficulty. I had done a Map Quest and we had Google maps on our phones.
It was wonderful to see my cousin, Donna, again! It had been many years. We got to meet some of ...