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... the switches had on the side tiny little knobs that could slide and worked... as a dimmer! So there you are, full lights! I lived in the dark for no reason ;-)
for your information: except the cat pictures, all the others are from the internet. Either I had not my camera with me, or the birds - chipmunk were so quick that I could even not think of grabbing the camera and they were gone already! Still, that is what I saw!
... in contact with forever. One of the closests friends I made proposed to his girlfriend minutes after arrival and I wish them a long, happy and blessed life together. I hope I was able to touch as many people's lives this summer as those who touched mine. The generosity of our sponsors and the happiness of the clients will be held close to my heart until the day I die. With the closing of this adventure I'm already excited to see which door presents itself to ...
... saying there had been a medical situation aboard a train that was stopped on the S8 tracks near the airport, closing the line. Why couldn’t they single-track around the stopped train? Who knows what really went on, but it was sure aggravating.
I reached the United Airlines check-in counter at 10:30, with 10 minutes to spare until the 10:40 check-in deadline for the 11:40 flight to Washington. Thankfully there was no check-in line. I received my standby ...
... the floors. We had HOR passes but that was being renovated, we planned on walking over to our Senators office to try to get some if we had time. We took the underground tunnel to the Library of Congress and saw a few neat things over there including a Gutenberg bible and Jefferson's personal library. I was disappointed that we could not go into the Library itself it was 'closed for research in progress' whatever that means. The whole time we ...
... History Museum.
You've all been to a Natural History Museum at one point so there's no point banging on about this one, other than to say that it was pretty amazing (for me anyway). The actual Henry Winston 'Hope Diamond' was on display and we FINALLY saw some Sloth (stuffed ones are better than none at all I suppose). From here we headed back to the Old Post Office to check out the city from above having just orientated ourselves ...