Holiday Inn Gaithersburg
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... some cheap singlets from American Eagle to replace some of the cheap t-shirts that I bought for the trip that have since gotten holes or I've managed to stain with something. Hinesh also finds some new thongs / flip flops to replace his $4 Target buys. He initially ummms and ahhhs about the $20 price tag on the Nike pair but once he puts it on the comfort levels he gets tips him over the line to buy.
We get to Uncle Jesse's around 6pm and there is a Chinese take away feast ...
... not on our side at this point.
We found an acceptable spot and waited.
I always thought the 4 th of July fireworks in DC would be the best around. I mean doesn't that make sense ?
I must say I was not impressed and felt like I get the same show here at home on a non holiday.
Now much can be said for not being in DC and not on the national mall lawn. The jury is still out and I'll have to plan another trip there and be front and center next time for a real ...
... was pretty uninteresting, except perhaps a drive past the very same Baltimore docks, as featured in The Wire Season 2 . ( Despite our obsession with The Wire we’d decided it didn’t justify a stay in Baltimore, cos all it has in it is like crime and shooting and docks- maybe we don’t know).
After a 12 block walk from the Metro we get to our hostel- Duo Housing. We’ve just left the cleanest, friendliest most sociable hostel in Philadelphia, which was ...
... I worked out of a different office and for the first time this trip I got to see a little of downtown DC. I actually got to see Helen in the office as she was there also. In the evening we ate at Chadwick's on Chevy Chase. In short it was not good. Bit at least for me my working week was over and I could start looking forward to ...
... and memorials for Vietnam and Korean wars. From a high point in the cemetery, we also got to view the Pentagon, the Lincoln memorial and the currently under reconstruction Washington memorial. After a 2-hour walk around the cemetery, we returned back to Lola looking like a pair of drowned cats. That evening Jim & Nancy kindly treated us to Ethiopian for dinner (which was an great experience in itself) followed by a scenic drive through D.C. to check out ...