Holiday Inn Alexandria SW Eisenhower Ave
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... General Jackson made on 'The Federal Prosecutor' (he was one of the Nuremberg Prosecutors and also a US Supreme Court Justice - a big deal in other words).
We watched a few misdemeanour court lists. There was a traffic list of speeding offences. One case was 69 mph in a 40, with evidence from the radar. But the prosecution was reducing the speed to 59 in a 40 as defendant would get less points. That would never happen in UK - whatever the speed camera says, ...
... two fine specimens of health could handle it. Well, we proved him wrong…barely! Sixteen miles later we had huffed and puffed our way to the top and back. The trail was beautiful, however, it was not in good repair. It was very bumpy and we probably wouldn’t do it again. The next day, we headed to Prince William’s National Park. BEAUTIFUL! We rode 7.5 miles of quiet, tree covered roads. It was very peaceful and ...
Today we split into three groups to see various attractions. One group enjoyed a tour of the Folger Shakespeare Library. Folger, a successful industrialist who was in charge of Standard Oil in the 1930s was fascinated by Shakespeare and spent a great deal of time and money collecting the largest collection of Shakespeare scripts, known as 'first folios', in the world. The Folger boasts hundreds of first folios while England has only 4. Led ...
... about communication!
That day we went shopping, then back to her house, and see, I had my own bedroom!
Isabel was born in Colombia (like Cecilia my friend in New York!) and came to the USA when she was 18. To study and find a job. She became a coast guard so that she could work and live on Governor's island, New Yotk. (When taking the ferry to Staten Island we passed Governor's island). Now she retired and works as a contractor ...
... middle of the night at hotels that Dad now (rather stupidly in my opinion) assumes all alarms are a practice and he doesn’t need to move. Mum was out the door in seconds with me torn between whether to get out myself or try and pick Dad up who was milling around trying to find a jacket and shoes. Eventually I pushed Dad out the door carrying his shoes to find Mum plodding down the corridor past the fire escape. I thought she was heading to ...