Inn at Mendenhall, an Ascend Collection Hotel
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... of Norway can make the experience all the different. So I find myself in DC, Washington DC! What did I expect?...Actually I was devoid of expectation, I mean I have seen the White House, Capitol, Washington Monument and the like destroyed so many times I felt like I knew them like I know the walk we make half asleep from the bedroom to the toilet in the middle of the night! So I was surprised when yesterday I found myself walking the route from ...
... as they were leaving the ward but had recently been stopped due to patients without medical insurance turning up to the clinic. The patients now had to organise their own appointments once they had been discharged; those without insurance had to go to the hospital's business office to get a 'pass' that allowed them to access outpatient services they needed. I couldn't help but feel this was a lot to ask of the patients, after in most cases large traumatic events ...
... been told that I 'need' to hire a car to get around their city. When we got back I then went to another youth hostel where I am staying for 2 nights. It was in the Old City close to the first one. I was greeted by a large group of enthusiastic people after walking through town and then informed that we were all going out on a bar crawl. I was pretty tired from the week but it was a good way to meet other ...
... William Howard Taft. Taft was the 27th President of the US (1909-1913). He was just after Teddy Roosevelt and just before the man's grave I will see next, Woodrow Wilson. Taft was born in Ohio, attended Yale and must have been a pretty good lawyer, for after his one term in office, he later served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (1921-1930). No other President has served in both positions.
Then I was off to Washington ...
... resist a drag of nicotine and lit up a cigarette. Take the advice known by many that I unfortunately learned first hand, never fly US Airways.
So far things have been pretty awful, but I’m still in good spirits. Also, not sitting next to the stinky hippy turned out not so bad because the lady now sitting next to me is very nice. I’m going to attempt to get sleep at thirty thousand feet.