Oakwood Apartments Arlington
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Oh man, it was a crazy night and a crazy day of traveling. The Villa in Oslo was an underground club. It was a 23 and up event (???). I mean, it was nice not to be around 18-22 year old drunk Norwegians, but what if you're 19 and really like the DJ?? Apparently they have 26+ events/bars too. I guess they need that because drinking age is 18, and I'd never go out if I had to see teenagers around. Anyway, yeah, it was pretty ...
Another car ride that should have been 3 hours turned into 6 due to ridiculous traffic. Saturday midday and there's 7 lanes chocka block barely moving! And the service stations were like rugby scrums. Arrived in Washington and drove around Capitol Hill then checked into the hotel. A really nice-the embassy suites, a 4 star place with complimentary drinks which we ...
... resting time I only limp to the subway and to to ticket office for the bus sightseeing tour. I am really not a fan of these things, as good and educational as they might be, I just don't enjoy them much. But today I don't have a choice, it is the smartest way to see the important sights in the shortest and most convenient time.
"Big Joe", the bus driver, is a funny guy and makes the same jokes every ...
... people from many different backgrounds, and learning the languages that other people speak helps me do that without coming across a frustrating and inhibiting language barrier. Back in November I applied to the National Security Language Initiative for Youth program in China (NSLI-Y).
NSLI-Y is a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State that provides ...
... was precious little time to pull myself together for the tour. As Mao once said, a journey of 10,000 miles starts with the first step. When the time to leave all of a sudden became 'tomorrow' the enormity of what I wanted to do settled in on my soul. I bowed my head, closed my eyes, and let Friday go by. There is always maņana -- Saturday -- when I did indeed get rolling. ...