Gaithersburg Marriott Washingtonian Center
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Clean, modern hotel with large rooms and all of the mod cons.
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... a plethora of pictures, food stops, sightseeing stops and the such via FB and the Blog. Stay tuned for: "Britain and Adam's Great Cross-Country Road-Trip Adventure, Destination: Las Vegas, ...
We woke up refreshed and ready to take on the Capitol! We went to the nearest Starbucks to use their free wifi and organize ourselves for the day. It was Saturday so we knew traffic would be better and it was a cool and rainy day outside so we were hoping it wouldn't be too busy. I found a parking lot for 8$ that was a 15 minute walk to the national Mall and in a reasonably safe area. We have been having trouble with parking in cities because as we learned in Boston, ...
... br> Dinner is at John and Erin's place tonight. Erin cooks us a delicious meal of menudo, chicken adobo and chocolate cake. Rylee is asleep when we get there but little Jo Jo is happy to entertain us with her cuteness. Its good to spend time with Erin as we chat about our travels and future plans. John, Jem and Dan arrive later from a trip to Texas (John picked them up from the airport. We play a game that Jem brought over later that night. Its like Pictionary. You get a secret word ...
You never want your day to get off to a shaky start. Especially when traveling. Really especially when you're traveling with a special needs kiddo.
Happy Wednesday to us.
Will was off-plumb disposition-wise this morning. Perhaps it was the late night arrival. Which domino-ed into a later-than-usual morning routine. And that devolved into a whole table of hangry people, led by Will, at the Cracker Barrel for breakfast. ...
... There are around 8 -10 thousand cases that are requested to be heard each year, of this, only 80-100 will be heard. Cases here are not the same as our local cases we see in court. Here the cases go through oral arguments that usually last one hour, with attorneys for each side of a case given 30 minutes to make a presentation to the Court and answer questions posed by the Justices. Usually the Justices lead the oral argument. They have already studied ...