Holiday Inn Manassas - Battlefield
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Mileage start - 1,708. March 31, 2014 Start the day at home in Manassas, VA. Say goodbye to the triplets; head to Quantico to sign DD214; expected to be back home by 0800; no paperwork so had to get that rounded up - stressful for Eric!!!; return home to say goodbye to London & Angila; hit the road at 1030. 1550 - stopped at Sonic in Bristol, TN, just at the border for a chicken sandwich - ...
... Mel was so tired this morning she literally rolled over & fell out of bed. Thankfully she didn't hurt herself!!
We left the hotel at 7.45 to make our way to Penn Station. Ooh train has just left the station. The seats are very comfy & you get plenty of leg room which is a nice change. Spent most of the journey reading & taking in the scenery, when we passed ...
... inauguration speech. The next day we had a full day in DC to check out the monuments in daylight and to visit some museums etc. We started the day at the Smithsonian Castle which is basically a visitor centre for all of the museums that make up the Smithsonian Institute. Then it was off to see the White House. Walking down the National Mall to get there I was surprised that it was a bit shabbier than I thought it would be. I was expecting nicely manicured lawns and nice ...
... look at the bigger red suitcase I had. I was thoroughly irritated with these people though because the awesome packing job my Ate Baby did with the suitcase was completely ruined as this woman opened boxes, unfolded my clothes and destroyed any chance of me being able to get it back to what it was before. After she was done, she said “you can repack your bag.” I wanted to say “you repack it *****, there’s no one behind me and you’re ...
... I believe this term actually means “mother,” but this is mainly how I address my mother’s sisters, so in this context, I guess this means “aunt”
Tatay (ta-teye – again, “eye” at the end): This term means, “Father” like Nanay means, “mother.” But again, in this context, refers to my uncles.
Ate (AH-Te) – a term of respect for older female relatives, many times an older ...