Howard Johnson Express Inn
Travel Blogs from Waldorf
Mary Jane and the 2nd Amendment
They say you’ll either LOVE a place...or you’ll hate it. We found that we both loved...and hated places we visited and things we experienced in the USA. This is a country of contrasts. Big and small. Rich and poor. Loves and hates. Clean and filthy. Smooth and rough. Hot and cold.
Contrast the 50+ USA Air force supporter we happened upon at Franconia Notch State Park (Exhibit "A") with the 40+ fellow we met in front ...
... 8220;watch out Mum” Mum decided to retreat her head into her neck (picture a turtle and you’ve got what she looked like), curve her body over in half and started scurrying like a crab back and forth along the path. It was the funniest thing I’ve ever seen. Everything went into slow motion and from where I was standing it looked like wherever Mum ran the ball followed her. When the ball did finally land it wasn’t on Mum ...
... for you. You have to be flexible and expect the unexpected :)
Very proud of the weary travellers tonight - Neville did a fantastic job driving along all the scary roads (makes NZ seem very sedate), the kids were very well behaved considering they were stuck in the RV all day, pretty much, and I did a fairly good job of keeping Neville from jumping ship, the kids civil and even tried out some navigating.. and we are all still speaking to each other. Result ...
... simple philosophy laid the foundation for how teaching and learning programmes were to be delivered at the new school. With this in mind, one of the key differences at the Lab School is that the curriculum first and foremost is driven through the arts. This is something that is immediately obvious as soon as you walk into the school and see the amazing amount of student art work on display. It's an incredibly vibrant and colourful environment. The children ...
... us into the city where we were dropped off at the Smithsonian castle. First thing that a group of us did was head for the Air and Space museum. I looked around and slowly lost those that i entered with. The museum is big but not much had changed since i came here in 2008. After spending a few hours here i left and headed to the spy museum. However first i got some lunch. There was a line of food trucks on one of the roads that went through the mall, so i had a look and stopped ...
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