Hyatt Regency Reston
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... totally destroyed by earthquake in 1948. One of the few buildings to survive was a very large wheat/flour milling plant. The guide said that the builder was jailed by Stalin for having used too much concrete in the construction. He was released from prison after his building withstood the earthquake !
After that, the Russians built what is now the older part of the city. Since independence, the megalomaniac presidents starting with Pres Niyazov have poured the ...
... older, my backpacking must coincide with my current level of maturity. Having recognized that to be the case, I have no choice but to be more "adult" like when I'm on the road. No late night dancing and waking up early to catch the first long distance bus. No associating myself with just about anyone or anything without determining initially whether doing so would be safe and legal. No jumping off things or ...
... I grew up in so this was definitely a different experience.
I had been lucky enough to have traveled to Spain before and had visited Madrid and Toledo so, going into Bilbao, I was expecting something similar. I was wrong. The Basque Country is so much different from the rest of Spain. It's rainy, green and just completely breathtaking. Not to say the rest of Spain is not breathtaking but I now have a bias towards Pais Vasco.
... I think it looks good. They pulled off the worst of the bumpy tile in the guest bath, and replaced it. It still isn't perfect. I think that whole wall is off level. It is newly framed, but they probably screwed it right to the 86 year old masonry wall, which is definitely not level. If we had more time I would make them take the wall down and start again. But we don't have that time, so I will just hope a giant mirror will cover the worst of it. Live and ...
... lit up and there were very few other people. The Lincoln one was blocked off still from the speakers, so I'll have to go back there another night. The FDR memorial was my favorite that I saw this time around. The WWII, MLK, and Jefferson memorials were also really impressive. Tomorrow I have a Capitol tour, and I'm planning on reading some pages of a book at the library of congress. The Supreme Court also has short tours that I may try to hop in. Enjoy the ...