The Jefferson, Washington DC
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... the scenic route obviously ! As we were walking along a wasp came into mags' path so... Obviously she jumped away! All of a sudden this loud hoonnnnkkkkkk! From A massive 4 by 4 this lady was speeding along this small road and was not impressed, instead of driving a long she thought it would be a good idea to stop and shout at Maighread : " that was the absolute stupidest thing you have ever done! I could call the cops" after apologising a thousand times (we were both ...
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I am very thankful for our orientation in D.C. For me personally especially, these last few weeks have been crazy and I was packing until the last minute. Orientation offered me a chance to stop and breathe, which was much appreciated before officially leaving the country.
On Sunday night, the day we arrived in D.C., we had dinner and a little, informal orientation. I should also mention that our orientation consisted of ...
... was 25 -26 degrees Celsius. Once I arrived I went to store my luggage at my hostel (it cost $4 to do so, which I wasn't impressed by at all the other places it has been complimentary. Anyway, not letting that spoil my day I walked passed the White House and onward to the meeting point for my Segway tour. I have wanted to ride a Segway for sometime now, essentially since Gob from Arrested Development appeared on my screen ...
... finish my coffee. Very quiet at the airport following the maze to collect our bags, we jumped on the train... yes their airport has is own train line. (Go Perth) We headed to the Taxi rank. Another 45 min drive to the hotel, very grey & cloudy day today. After Luke trying not to knock out the cab driver as he insisted on dropping us off at the wrong hotel we arrived at The George. Rooms all ready for Check In, we dumped our ...
... we were at a height of 9,000 feet, which is the highest point of any Amtrak route in the US. The scenery through all of Colorado was spectacular, still lots of snow on the peaks, the jagged rock configuration and also the red colour of the rocks themselves made the trip worth it just for this long section alone. It is amazing just how much you can take in at just 10 miles and hour, and how many great photo opportunities you. (I will post some on Facebook as soon as I ...
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