Holiday Inn Express Washington DC SW-Springfield
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... locals and a few fast moving trucks. Plus it's getting darker and darker. Under different circumstances at a different time, this could be a lovely drive -- under these circumstances at this time, it turned me into a zombie, the driving dead.But there was a happy ending. We arrived home safely, if well after my usual bed time. And now we have all of Tuesday to unwind from the rigors of the road.
And start to think about the next road trip :O)
... to the semifinals. The combined score from rounds one, two, and three spelling and vocabulary have to be sufficiently high to be among the top 50 spellers. There are 285 spellers in the preliminary rounds this year, so that means almost five of every six kids are out after the preliminary rounds.
I feel like a Las Vegas oddsmaker after figuring all this stuff out. I think the old days of spelling until exhaustion were much simpler.
... supposed to be. We had a great banquet and enjoyed catching up.
We had a wonderful time and we hope that Sharon and Bill may get a chance to visit us in California this summer.
... museum. There was lots of exhibits in the museum, although none older than 250 years old. There was lots about the war of independence and the war of 1812, including a sunk gunboat that was found close to where we went walking at Lake Champlain two weeks ago. We headed out and went down The National Mall to The National Archives. This was a really interesting place where they kept some really important documents on ...
... and found other kids waiting. I had tears rolling down my eyes at a pretty consistent rate and when we walked in the next exhibit, Nina had to cradle me as many of the artifacts in the room were from the Ghettos and trains. For example, when I realized that we were walking on brick from the Warsaw Ghetto, I nearly shrieked, and when we walked in one of the cargo trains that people were transported to concentration camps on, I sobbed uncontrollably. ...