Inns of Virginia - Woodbridge
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... this could be to do with the fact that Washington D.C. has no skyline due to restrictions on building heights - fun fact). It was such a fun game with everyone - I might even have a new favourite team with the Nationals winning 6-4 after some great early hits (I even bought myself a team beanie :P).
We headed back to camp, but it was too late to do anything. I'll just have to pack up in the mornin, as usual :P. Peace out from Washington D.C. ...
On 3 June I spent a fascinating morning at the Lab School in Washington DC (www.labschool.org). I would highly recommend having a look at the introductory movie on the front page of their website. It gives the viewer a great insight into what the school is really all about. The Lab School is a unique learning environment which provides an alternative approach to education for children with learning difficulties and ADHD. The school embraces these ...
... outcome is life changing. If you've been traveling solo, keep doing it. Who cares about the haters? Just keep in mind, that what you're doing is rare and most people would not even have the courage to do it. Whatever negative criticism they have of you traveling solo is a mere reflection of themselves, not you. Whether you like it or not, there are people who do get inspired by your solo travels without you ...
... concept. For dramatic design though, my vote went to the memorial to the Korean War. There were soldiers walking through undergrowth and because they couldn't have the numbers they wanted, their was a wall that mirrored the images to make it look as though there were more figures there. It was great.
In passing took photos of the WWII memorial and just beyond that there was the Thomas Jefferson Memorial.
From there went ...
... top that he loved since his youth (with the help of some 100 slaves) to build Monticello. The house and grounds are spectacular. We were even treated by a Fife and Drum Corps playing on the lawn today. Very cool. The house is just filled with his many inventions. Like the first copy machine...say what? One pen connected to another so when he wrote, a copy was automatically made of his writing. Ingenious! They have almost all of the ...