Hilton Washington DC North Gaithersburg
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... was the Shakespeare theatre we decided no, we've been to Stratford upon Avon the birth place of the big man himself so why go see something that won't live up to that. A quick call to my uncle Jesse to ask if we can come early and off we go to Maryland.
To kill some time we go to Hagerstown a premium outlet shopping area. Hinesh and I are both disappointed with our snack choices - I got a lame dry chicken burger and he got an overly sweet ice cream mix in.
I manage ...
... lose/maintain a healthy weight. I'm not suggesting that yoga makes you burn significant amount of calories although Bikram hot yoga certainly can do such undertaking, but yoga has the power to curb people's appetite and steer it towards healthier food choices.
The beauty of it is now I can do yoga poses on my travels and allow others to take shots of them whereas before I could barely keep my balance and ...
... has impressive deco and also had many rooms for hire for an intimate dinning experience. The food was pretty good too. The Range was heaving and full of so called middle class Americans. The food wasn't middle class and the Emperors new cloths springs to mind. But the Chinese was decent enough and the waitress was a tad ...
... to the pool. The Lincoln Memorial was huge and stood proud overlooking the National Mall. It is to honour the 16th President Abraham Lincoln which was responsible for getting America through the Civil War and abolishing slavery during his leadership of 1861 to 1865 until he was sadly assassinated. The 19 foot tall statue of Lincoln is inside the building which is the site of many famous speeches including Martin Luther King’s "I have a Dream" ...
Setting off to see the sights we were clearly wooed into a false impression of spacial reasoning and believed it entirely manageable to walk from our apartment to the White House in a matter of minutes. 40 minutes later in increasing heat it became apparant we had bit off more than we could chew. Bare in mind we were fresh off our comprehensive Central Park tour and our feet/backs/energy levels were a tad worse for wear.
But we ...