Holiday Inn Columbia East - Jessup
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... That was a compliment! Smile! You should be appreciative." Yes, of course I should appreciate you telling me I look like a child in front of the group of children I'm trying to hurdle through a curriculum they detest. Of course I should appreciate the fact that even though I am wearing a $150 skirt suit from Calvin Klein, and my staff ID badge, you still feel the need to voice an opinion that disregards my abilities and professionalism ...
... a world apart. Nonetheless, on 12 Sep i departed back to Maryland to get all my stuff together and ready for my yearlong trip to Europe. After spending 6 days in Maryland preparing myself both emotionally and physically for what was to come, i was now ready to begin my new adventure.
The details of the beginning of my European journey will be documented on a new entry.
... walking double-time to get back to the hotel as quickly as we could. After all this, we realised when we got back to the room we had two bottles of water spare all this time... Just enough time for me to share a joke with you, to commemorate the death of Robin Williams and apt that we are staying in Washington DC. Why is a politician like a diaper? They both need to be changed regularly and for the same reason. That's all from us, over and ...
... papers for the rest of the family were issued it was too late. In 1944 the family was sent to Auschwitz. In early 1945 three sisters, including Jolan, were moved to a labour camp in Germany. Her two sisters managed to escape during the march but Jolan was caught and beaten. She survived the march but died just after the camp was liberated by the British in April 1945. Back out in the sunshine, my walk back to the hotel took me through the Ellipse, a large playing ...
... all the way around it, taking photos all the way. We saw Lafayette Park on the back side of the White House. We then walked to the Vietnam War Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Korean War Memorial and the Martin Luther King Memorial. We were down by the basin by then and headed to the FDR Memorial and the Jefferson Memorial. We walked back to our hotel for ...