Residence Inn Columbia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after a three hour service.
We were showed the different types of dress that men, boys, women and girls wear and told about the distinctions between married and unmarried people. Males who were single would be clean shaven but as soon as they marry then they must grow a beard. Single women wear dresses with white aprons but this changes to black once they marry. Children only go to school until they ...
... Thankfully however the storm got downgraded when we arrived and fizzled out before it reached the Capital.
The weather was quite random though during our short stay. One day dark, gloomy clouds yet pleasant temperature. ...
... high speed camera today and there probably would have been several hundred pictures. Then I would need a secretary recording so I wouldn't forget what was what.
The first stop was the National Air and Space museum. A 1 hour tour followed by another 1 1/2 hours just looking around. This is easily a whole day by itself.
With stomach growling, it ...
Rein and I just got a new camera today so we have been learning how to use it. We are both going to just bring a carry on for a two week trip! It will be a challenge for me. I think I am going to have to cut out half of what I am planning on bringing so I can pack goodies to take home with ...
... suggested "Perhaps you think them pretty in their symmetrical rows...not one individually stands out". There's certainly something depressingly beautiful in the regularity of the thousands of small white slabs, but I was grateful for the cemetery being split up into different sections rather than being just one vast field. It's easier to not think that for each section of countless graves you see there are a dozen more behind the tree line.