Howard Johnson Express Inn
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... she just would not accept Abe gets up off his chair and goes for a walk when we are all asleep... Where do I start? I can't. There's too much to ever write here. So, a list of words and observations and then a load of photographs of things that caught my eye. And the fact it is likely I walked something in the region of 30 miles this last 4 days. Long escalators out of Metroline ...
... cut his wrists and then set a toilet block on fire. Hard to believe that an event like this could disrupt the entire American system. All flights in and out of Chicago were cancelled. Initially they said flights would resume within a few hours of the incident. They are now saying it will not be back to normal until the 13th October.
There was a small bonus. We got upgraded to Premium Economy for the whole trip. Bigger seats, plenty of leg room and we also got three ...
... at everything , however at the last minute decided to go in and get on the last tour for the day and we were grateful that we did go in as was by far the standout for the day. All the rooms are tastefully decorated with using lots of sandstone and marble and by far the stand out was the central dome which is massively high even on the inside and a beautifully painted Fresco. There some notable statues of Presidents surrounding the base , however didn't see one of ...
... re here." ... go tell her I'm here?
1:20 pm: [Receptionist on the phone] "Where are you? You have had a client here since 1. ... How did you not know you had an appointment? ... No, don't bother. I'll figure something out. .... okay, stop, I have to try and figure this out. Bye."
1:23 pm: Receptionist: "Catherine? Hi, there has been a professional issue and we are really sorry. Your stylist isn't here and unfortunately we are booked solid. We ...
... do in DC and it is always better with someone. We got up early and filled up on the free instant pancakes the hostel also provided. Not the best quality but it would be stupid for a traveller to pass up free food! At this point, I gave the hostel a few ticks in my good book for all the free stuff and pushed aside the rest of the rules. The majority of the museums are free in DC but both Helen and I had read about this different museum called Newseum that cost money but ...
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