The Jefferson, Washington DC
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... our tour guide, Shawn, made a chilli for dinner. After that we went into Washington DC to see the monuments lit up at night including the WWII memorial, the white house, and the Lincoln memorial (where a streaker ran out from behind the Lincoln statue shouting "aaaaah its a naked black man" then being wrestled to the ground by 3 security guards. We then went strait beck ...
... reflected on a productive day we thought of Bruce. We had left him alone for the best part of two days. He was clearly scared shitless and peed himself while we were away. He dropped a significant portion of his coolant, leaving us wondering why.
We took him down to the mechanic the following morning and dropped him off to fix the leak. With a ...
... bread and were not charged for it. Brought home most of the garlic bread as well as most of the pasta and tomato sauce after I had eaten the mussels and clams out of their shells. It was the only poor service I have received anywhere in the US. Should have reduced the tip.
Got home about 9.30. Early to bed for an early start tomorrow. Unfortunately it was hot and hard to sleep until about midnight.
... reality. It was an escape that provided me an ideal way of healing, which arguably people will find healthy. Hence, I suppose when people inquire in that manner, they are worried more so that one has turned into a habitual runner from reality by virtue of traveling. For a while, I was guilty of that but one can only keep running until he or she realizes there really is no such thing as an "escape." There, at that very ...
... Scresi has 7 churches and one more is being built. Some of these are used only one day a year on the Saints Day for whom the church is named. To my American mind this abundance of unused buildings is odd given the living conditions of the people. But really who am I to judge?
Well this ramble has gone on long enough and we are waiting for our dinner to arrive ... it is 9 o, clock and the group members are really getting worked up.