Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Germantown - Gaithersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... about my list of things to never say to a teacher, and two days ago one of my male students asked, in all seriousness, if he could have the list in writing for future reference. And that got me thinking...why not? We're all familiar with these, or most of them. Isn't it our duty to inform the general public of the key phrases that will make our eyes bulge out and our faces turn puce with rage, and guarantee a pop quiz the following day? I ...
... up the details of my new lease. Stupids.
Some of the activities are not necessary for travel, but vital all the same. Dinners with family, lunch with my bro, day trips with friends, catch-up phone calls with people I haven't seen in a while, etc. By now word has gotten around that I'm leaving soon, and I'm trying to maximize my remaining time by visiting as many loved ones as I can before I go. And likewise, so many more people ...
... would have to wait a whole year to see them again, and now here I am at the end of the whole year and it feels like time just flew by. But not really. There are always times during the school year when I feel a strong empathy for Sisyphus, dutifully pushing my Boulder of Edumacation up the never-ending Mountain of Time, struggling to reach the Summit of Summer, yet finding it always beyond my reach. But now that summer is here the ...
... And I'm glad to say that my last night was spent doing something wholly American. We drove down to Bethesda, just outside DC and went to an amazing divey little crab house, bought a dozen medium sized Maryland crabs, got out the mallets and started hammering away. I've never had crab before and I gotta say, it gets messy and it can be hard work, but my God it is worth it. I've spent a lot of time in ...
... sure I can die with no regrets.
After Tony's was Jeff's, another great guy and great host, one of many since coming over to the states. He, like everyone over here, has a grill on his porch and obviously, with the great weather down here, a bbq ensued. Home cooked burgers, asparagus, great company, great beer, a few drinking games and a wonderful chocolate Labrador called Moose, a perfect last night for J.
And on that note, we move to today, J's last day ...