Bethesda Marriott Suites
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... and catch up, we eventually got the metro to the Pentagon, our first port of call for the day ahead. The building itself is very impressive, and it looks just like a fortress. Again, it's unthinkable to imagine what happened to it. At the far side from the Metro stop is the Pentagon Memorial, which is a lovely little garden area, and each victim has a plaque dedicated to them, all arranged by their year of birth and grouped together with family members. Very touching.
... of his time. However, a quote in an otherwise unremarkable section of the room features a quote from Lincoln itself: "if I could save the union without freeing slaves, I would."
Certainly food for thought.
We decide the heat has got too much and return to the fascist world of Duo Hostels. We are chucked out of the kitchen and are threatened to have our alcohol removed (jokingly, but kinda not jokingly) and then go out to find ...
... which had a canal running around the side with numerous locks which, historically, had allowed boats to pass this area of the river and bring coal down from its source. We all had lunch including 3 generations of the family but also including the in laws side of the family; the wife's mother and sister attended. The 3 children were very cute ranging from 5 years old to 9 and kept us entertained throughout the day. The ...
We left Cranberry Pennsylvania this morning after being completely freaked out by the weather channel and were expecting some kind of WAR ZONE. It was slightly breezy. Glen and I both had sinus so we were dumber and slower than usual. This does not bode well when you are driving through country America on the wrong side of the road in a left hand drive car. We had a continental breakfast each for $4.95. This included toast, fresh beautiful ...
... different complexion just walked past them (why should they care?) But it was the minority of people who gave me unsolicited attention, isolated me, made me feel sub-human.
In China, I learned what it was like to be categorized by others because of my presumed identity. If I used chopsticks well, it was "really cool because you're an American." If I dropped something while using chopsticks, it was "because you're American and you guys don't ...