Holiday Inn Express Laurel
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After breakfast with Mr Sheldon, we took the Metro downtown. We took the Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington, DC. We saw a beautiful church built out of grey stones. We passed the FBI building, named Brutal after the founder of the FBI. We then passed Harrington's Hotel. This hotel has been operated by the same family for 101 years. We saw the Ford’s Theatre, Warner Theatre, and the National Theatre. Then the Ronald Regan International ...
... slept a little bit, and then landed at Regan airport. I walked all the way down to baggage claim 11 only to find that my second bag had gotten lost in transit too! I filled out another form, and then finally reunited with my love for the drive home.
As I reflect on the trip, I am so very glad I had the opportunity to visit Thailand. Seeing how nursing is done in different countries is fascinating, because it forces us to ...
... it's a place where you sit on the porch with a Burban or a beer and enjoy fried chicken. Gretchens folks live in a cute farm style home about 15 minutes outside of Greensboro. It's one of those homes that just feel like home and I was met at the front door with a big hug....followed shortly by my first dish of home made fried chicken, fresh oven baked bread and veg, accompanied by one of the local artisanal beers. I was in bed early as we had an early start for the game. ...
... Metropolitan does so
encyclopedically. In Washington much art is elsewhere in Smithsonian museums
dedicated fully to those places – Freer, Sackler, and African Museums for art
of Asia and Africa, Hirschhorn for modern and contemporary. The National
Gallery does have a modern annex for twentieth-century art, but most of the
galleries are currently closed for construction of additional gallery space in
... Nicolette, and Jazmine joined us to stare in awe at the beautiful reflection of the Washington Memorial in the water. It was spectacular. I was soaked to the bone, but loving every second. I love love love the rain. It makes everything so magical. <3
Finally, we made our way back to the bus, walking first by the Korean War memorial. In contrast to the Vietnam memorial, this memorial had 19 soldiers in heavy rain gear (which ...