Residence Inn Gaithersburg Washingtonian Center
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... He is so much better at that than me. Uncle, Aunty and I wait for Hinesh to come back and we watch as little kids with no fear climb the boulders with ease. When Hinesh returns we walk a bit further down to a spot and chill on some boulders while Uncle and Aunty tell us about their Machu Pichu hike and we tell them about the Acetanango hike.
We grab lunch at Tysons Corner a massive shopping mall in Virginia. We get chicken teriyaki and some dumplings for lunch. Afterwards we ...
Quantum leaps this week. Much of the drywall is up, and all the floors have been sanded. They look fantastic - can't wait to see them with stain. The tile guys started on the upstairs bathrooms - so far the floors are down. They also tiled the floor in the basement bath, and it looks ...
... all idealists that want to make America all it could be. Even if I have opinions and my own ideal of what I would like our country to be like, I really can appreciate the process.
We would like to have seen more of the sites. Some things we missed and that I would like to go back and see sometime are:
Rest of Air and Space
a couple of art museums
... The Hive. I snacked a little on that until it was time for the first session at 8:30am. I was able to get a seat in the Opera House today. When I've watched individual talks they have no context but it turns out each session has a theme and there is quite a bit of talking between the main speakers.
Each session is around one and a half to two hours. There were two sessions in the morning with ...
... walked about the bookstore and exhibit of Creches from many countries and cultures, the chapels, and then took the elevator up to the 7th floor observation deck. We had our choice of seats for the service-Advent Lessons and Carols with combined choirs and organ.
Virtual Tours here:
Full webcast of the ...
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