Red Roof PLUS+ Washington, D.C. - Alexandria
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the main area in Washington for an illumination tour with our guide, Kate. We went and saw the Capital building, where all the important government decisions are made. We then headed on to the Washington Monument (the giant stick), and then went and saw the Korean and Vietnam war memorials. They were very well done. The Korean one has 19 statues, which when the sun is behind them casts 19 shadows. This is significant because 38 ...
... companions. In my own solo travels, the irony has always been the fact that I end up never having alone time. It's only when I return home that I manage to have the much needed "me" time. To compensate for the lack of alone time on the road, I respond by planning yet another "solo" travel.
The moral of all this is if you haven't traveled solo, do it. It's a scary experience as a first timer no doubt ...
... where a school had become so bad, drastic measures had to be taken to improve its performance. Test scores are the measure by which a school is assessed and if no progress can be determined, the entire teaching staff from an ill-performing school may be removed (sacked) and a whole new staff ...
... dinosaur skeletons, a fantastic archaeology/anthropology collection, ocean exhibit and a stunning gem and mineral exhibit which included the Hope Diamond. An exhibit on genome development was also fascinating. We had such a good time exploring that it was about 6 hours later that we finally emerged from the museum.
Across the road we visited The National Archives ...
... who had said that. It took a minute to realize that I said that. I'm moving to Spain. "That's. So. Cool!" she replied in the most perfect of valley girl voices. Yes, dog darn it, it is cool!
Another moment of reality hit when a sweet little student of mine who speaks Spanish and has been teaching me words wrote me a card. It was filled with the gushings of a second grader and ...