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... how dirty the water in the reflection pool was.
It was now time to consult Google Maps again as I was pretty certain the Vietnam memorial was nearby but it was just a case of how far away. As it turned out it wasn't too far away but I did find out when I got there I'd definitely gone the long way round. The Vietnam memorial is V-shaped wall that contains the names of nearly 60,000 people who died during the Vietnam War, there was also a memorial for the ...
... where somehow my headphones totally fell apart as I sat down to wait for the train. SCREAM!!!!!!!! Then my train was delayed, arriving four minutes late at 10:44. I’m having a fit here with so many things going wrong. I am so tired and just want to be home with functioning Internet! I haven’t been able to finish uploading my photos of the Thai Airbus 380 flight. It’s not been a good last seven hours since discovering I left my Thai shopping bag on ...
... talking to all the D.C. natives and other supporters and non-supporters alike. What we came to discover about this town was that even if you were a non-supporter, you were very respectful of the Presidential office itself. Everyone seemed to have a mutual respect for the President.
Another really great stop on our trip was our visit to the Smithsonian Museum of American History, which housed a great deal of past ...
... two windows done by Frank Lloyd Wright. I really appreciate his architectural style, so seeing those was quite a treat. The title of the windows was Composition in Light: Window from the Coonley Playhouse. His design vision was striking.
Of course I had to include a photograph of Woman (Personage) by Joan Miro since he was a Spanish artist. It was not my favorite work, but he was from Spain.
... to tell her boss if he asked about the burn...
Back to New York today. Feeling much, much better. Stable. Needed to sort the silly things out without being in a vulnerable feeling place. And I'm happy to say I've realized, though not yet solved ("knowing is half the battle!"), what it is for the majority that's been bothering me lately. And if I can't solve it, need to figure out how to adjust with it.
Time to get on the bus!
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet