Holiday Inn Dumfries - Quantico Center
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... some 20 minutes through not quite continuous planned neighbourhoods /communities, most with facilities such as pool, club house, a home owners association (Ellen's monthly fee $101 p.mth) which provides snow plowing, rubbish collection and lawn maintenance in common areas, typically a broad grass strip between the the back of 2 rows of town houses most with names like Southbridge on the Potomac , Ashland, Lake ...
... her soon)....and maybe clearer and calmer mindspace too. And she gives me little offerings, the most touching being a mini version on a little chain of her high school graduation ring which I had paid for.
June 22The usual little walk in the morning in the leafy neighbourhood passing a few folk walking or running, all saying good morning or similar, the Americans generally being very polite. Bit cooler after a wee bit ...
Ron and I have made many trips to Washington DC, and it is always such an amazing place. Yesterday, he worked all day, so I went to the National Archives and then to my favorite museum, the American History Museum. Some exhibits are always on display and others change. Washington DC was packed with 6th graders and students on their high school senior trip. It was wall to wall ...
... we enjoyed our burgers and shakes in the sun!
We headed back to the Capitol as we had Senate public gallery passes, so watched Senate in session for 30-40 minutes. With 100 Senators (2 per U.S. State), we expected the Senate to be buzzing - however there were ever only 2-3 Senators in the room, as Senators spend 80% of their time 'off the floor' - very interesting, but not quite as exciting as expected.
Last stop of ...
... ones where I pretended to look regal and in charge. Obviously it didn’t work as they didn’t ask me to run the country. Darn. After our non-stop walking day my feet were a wreck. So it was a plaster (note to self: band-aid) stop and dinner. I devoured a Chinese then slowly hobbled back to the bus where I preceded to relay my brave journey of walking around Washington DC in flip flops. I got a few sympathetic comments but mostly I got told I was a fool. I accept this ...