Holiday Inn Express Laurel
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It was all worth it though, as it was delightful to hold - super light like Fairy Floss but powdery (so I guess this must be what all the skiers and snowboarders pray for!).
I wandered off to the train station with a silly grin of joy on my face just a big happy kid!
Here are a few photos so you can share it with me! (The last photo is of the pyramid exhibit in the NGA Sculpture Garden that was shown without snow in my Post on the 29th ...
... its romance. I mean who can forget how Jenny screams out
to him at the Memorial and runs through the lake.
I landed in DC early evening and reached the house I was
going to live in by about 6pm. I was greeted and welcomed by an elderly
gentlemen and the house was absolutely perfect. It was almost a mansion and had
3 more rooms to rent out and the house was fully booked. Each room was well lit
with white upholstery, a homely feel and an air of comfort. ...
... front of it, it looked three dimensional. Only when you got to the ends could you see it was just flat boards set at the right angles to create the illusion. Most of the sculpture are, well, large welded metal I beams that are painted red. We have seen them in every city. Not too interesting. We don't get it. Perhaps we are not cultured. Optical illusion good, abstract red metal pile?? The replica of the famous Paris Metro station and the giant shiny metal tree ...
... took some paracetamol and sipped water, nothing was helping. This wouldn't have been such a bad situation, but then I began feeling sick, not sick as in just feeling sick, but sick as in 'I AM GOING TO VOMIT EVERYWHERE', and when it a room with three strangers this is something I did not want to happen. I then messaged my mum, knowing it was about 9am English time, I think it's fair to say I sent her into a crazy panic mode. But, she began telling me I need to get salts and sugars ...
... on both Jon and Lonely Planet's favourite parts of the Smithsonian.
That museum is a huge enterprise, with its own castle housing information and offices, and separate buildings for the art, space, indian and other museums. I walked back to the station and then down to the Capitol, which grows impressively in your vision as you walk towards it. The idea was to build everything in the neo-classical style, which is grand and looks fabulous, though ...