Hyatt Regency Reston
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... knots (small garlicky bread rolls) since NYC where they were a favourite.
I will miss DC but grateful we could visit and spend two days there - one would not have been enough. Onwards to our next adventure ...
NB: Sure enough, we did find another Walmart to stay at. These parking lots may not be for everyone but we love staying in them and they are saving us a lot not having to pay for camping fees each night. Just as well we are making that saving as ...
... we would have a mountain cabin, etc. Furnishings for a yurt were part of what a woman brought to the marriage.
I was surprised to see that the traditional long dress for women is still predominant on the streets, often velvet. I noted the head gear. Unmarried women wear a small cap with braids. Married women wear a turban-like scarf that encloses their long hair rolled up inside of it. I was told that artificial "puffs" are sold to enlarge or fill the ...
Thanks for all your messages, I am having fun. Sorry I cant reply all the time
because we don't have internet all the time and we don't have power all the time.
Annemieka I will put up a photo of a mermaid on my blog now.
Last week we went to a BBQ and banjo festival there was pig races and a giant play ground. I met some guys and they were amazed that I ...
... was a bit frustrated this morning when planning our day to include the Capitol and White House. We use Google maps, and it tells us what bus to catch, how many stops etc, but today because of security it didn't work, so there was a bit extra walking. Streetview doesn't go too close to the White House.
Took a bus to Georgetown, which is an historic neighbourhood in Washington, with many beautifully preserved houses and buildings. And hard to walk ...
... I made it to la Tamborrada, Las Fallas, and Carnival. I also participated in la Dia de San Blas and the entierro de la Sardina. Additionally, I traveled to Segovia, Valencia, Sevilla, San Sebastian, San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, Santander, Cadaques, Barcelona and Zaragoza to try and learn and absorb as much of Spain as I could possibly see. As far as improving my Spanish, I really have Ines to thank for that as well as immediately becoming ...