Hilton McLean Tysons Corner
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- Swimming pool
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... stress that is brought forth by the hectic travel schedule that I take responsibility for in most cases. It is better than coffee, I must admit except when we are talking about early morning wake up call to trek up the mountains. Succumbing to an ailment is the downside to being greedy with maximizing the things one can do in such a short amount of travel time. I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to ...
Peace to all who have continued to travel along...
At the moment I am looking out the window in one of the random coffee houses in Richmond, VA. Today it's snowing. A lot of people are making a big deal out of it, but I guess I would too if all I ever saw was two inches on the ground all my life. Being from the North East, looking at barely an inch on the ground is awesome. However, I am not here ...
... d out on Museums so probably don't do them justice! Back to the campsite in sunshine and 80 degrees so relax around the pool and read.
Do another big campsite walk and marvel at all the large Motorhomes (ours is small in here), some million dollar units!
Pack everything up so we are ready to move on to Virginia tomorrow!
... hotter and hotter but we perceived. Our next stop was the Declaration of Independence Monument which was on an island which shows all signatures of those who signed the original declaration. Afterwords we walked onto the Vietnam War memorials, the first one was the women's memorial and then onto the mens which was a reflective wall listing all those who died. We then walked onto the Lincoln Memorial - this was a massive monument which looked over the reflecting ...
... 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 ...