Crowne Plaza Tysons Corner
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- Hot tub
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... of the Lincoln Monument and only narrowly averted tumbling down the 100 or so steps. Miraculously I performed a 180 degree turn just at the last second and was able to regain my composure and of course make it all look intentional and cool (not).
We finished the visit by heading to dinner with Christine near her home just across the DC border in Alexandria, Virginia. Really cool town, its a shame it wasn't the ...
... the process of making a news broadcast. Less emphasis is placed on the written script and more on getting the main messages across through visual media. A key aspect of this approach is having a comedic element which really hooks the audience in. In summary, I was really impressed by what I saw at the Lab School. Their unique and innovative approach to education was quite inspiring and I could see a number of benefits for all children regardless of ...
This adventure continues to amaze and humble me. Last night we participated in a discussion session where one of the mothers of the community who is responsible for 11 children three of whom are her own. She, like mothers all around the world works tirelessly so that her children will have a better life than she has experienced. She is out of bed by 5:00 am and rarely goes to ...
... walking to the Lincoln Memorial, on the way we grabbed an ice lolly and sat in the shade, it was really hot today!! The Lincoln Memorial is amazing, it's really really big and there are loads of people sat on the steps up to it, so we decided to join them and listen to the guy at the bottom shouting about God and quotes from the Bible, was a little random! We made the trek back to the hostel in the burning sunshine and after a shower headed out to ...
We're sitting in the Washington Dulles airport as I write, having completed a harrowing journey through the traffic jams of Memorial Day and a surprisingly not-so-harrowing venture through the new security systems.
Of course, I have just graduated from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, while my dad spent the previous week training staff at Falling Creek Camp. My mom has ...