DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Washington DC - Silver Spring
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Walked to the metro station from Uncle Rob's house. We wore our packs for the first time and it was surprisingly comfortable and fairly light. We are on our way to AAA to get an international drivers permit. Then we need to get last minute supplies. Then we are off to the ...
... and respectful of what human beings need to communicate and share and connect with one another. It used to be the “Life Line of New York” way back when ....and I think it is again...... for completely different reasons. What a concept. What an example for the world of how to take a little of the insanity out of insane big city living. What a dream. Washington is also doing something simular...different....but creating a park above the city...across a ...
... only. Surprisingly there did not seem to be a lot of visible security. After taking some pictures of the front of the buildings we walked around the back for a look. There were squirrels in the park behind the Treasury Building but these ones were being fed chips and cookies by tourists. They would come right up and take the food from peoples' hands. First impression of Washington is that there are no skyscrapers. The ...
... a map and promptly took us in the wrong direction... We went down a steep hill and found a running/biking trail where a cyclist told us the back entrance to the zoo that was down the path. We managed to follow directions and soon found ourselves wandering into the zoo. At this point let me say, feel free to bring your own food and DRINK with you. There were no check points, no-one opening our bags looking for contraband, we just walked right in. ...
... her marriage to Frank Lanza. Florence told us an interesting story in which I think she revealed herself to be a woman of true wisdom. Apparently there was some discussion about who would walk her down the aisle, Charlie D. or her foster-father. Florence decided on her father, but also decided to stop her march to the alter near her foster-father so she could give him a kiss. What more needs be said?