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 TV ... which, while interesting, didn't have a lot of pictureable things either.
I was limited (as I was in New York, obviously) by the fact that I didn't have a car ... which you really didn't need in DC, the Hotel I was staying at was literally a 3 minute walk from a Bus Stop where an airconditioned bus (two different routes) took you direct to the Museum area ... and I made lots of use of it!
... 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?
... Ms. Evan Ryan. Ms. Ryan then gave the keynote address, which we were then able to follow with asking her questions. For those of you that don't know who she is (I didn't initially either!), Evan Ryan is the U.S. Department of State Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs. To put it in a nutshell, John Kerry is her boss and she thanked and congratulated us on behalf of Mr. Kerry... AWESOME! She was incredibly interesting and she has a ...
Got out at the accommodation and you know that noise that's always in the background in cowboy films, well its real and it only happens for a couple of weeks a year. Its frogs calling!!!!
Wandered into Gettysburg town and its worth a visit as its not change too much since 1865. Had a lovely steak in the Blue & Gray sports bar - recommend it.
Today I felt relaxed, liberated, full of life and had a great day.