Red Roof Inn Washington DC - Columbia / Fort Meade
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... several months earlier, and was
finding that I could not neatly slip back in. It took around six months
before I decided that I did indeed want to even entertain the idea of my
life back in the US (it was a very distinct moment).In
preparation, I read (in addition to Lonely Planets) A Thousand Hills to
Heaven: Love, Hope, and a Restaurant in Rwanda by Josh Ruxin. To be
honest, I can't say that I recommend it... Ruxin, who was ...
... ride we paid for and it was pathetic. We literally just bounced a bit and there was a really grainy image of us on a roller coaster in space. Really disappointing but we laughed at how bad it was. A quick McDonald's for dinner and then we decided to head back to chill and enjoy some downtime before we travel back. After 16 days of non stop walking, travelling, flying and site seeing it was nice to watch some TV and eat cookies. We headed out ...
Last night we went out on the bikes and had a look at the Capitol and a few of the monuments lit up. There weren't that many people around and the street lighting was a bit less than adequate but we managed to find our way around. It was a bit chilly but there were still people wandering around in shorts and ...
... And at the end we found out where it was. And we went to a fake bar. Then we left and went to a restaurant called Vapiano where they served pasta, pizza, and salad. I had a Caesar salad and plain buttered pasta and split it with Agent Squirrel. Then we went back to the hostel. We packed and got showers. Then went to bed. So sad our Washington DC trip is over. It was an awesome and fun journey to go on with 7 other friends: Maryann, Holly, Kayla, Carissa, ...
... was produced to benefit Bridge to Turkey
Fund and DC’s N Street Village. Nearly 150 people attended-- including a
sprinkling of men—to listen to the great strides these associations have
gained. The purpose of this fundraiser was to “empower girls in Turkey through
education and to help homeless and low-income women in the Washington, DC
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