Residence Inn By Marriott Waldorf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Breakfast and off to catch this, just made it this time, in fact he was pulling out and wasn't going to pick us up in the wrong lane, a $600 fine apparently, but it was raining, the lights were red and luck was on our side for the first time with these busses!! Off the Washington monument to get tickets to top, rain was falling so the tourist numbers were low and we got tickets to go up immediately (2-3 hr waits the days ...
... in the hole to heat the rocks so you produce a half foot bed of hardwood coals. The beans are lowered into the pit, covered with a sheet of tin or steel and then sand is shoveled on top. The beans cook like this for 16 to 20 hours. When they are done...you have a completely delicious pot of New England Bean Hole beans! Feeds 300 people...
We loved the cycling we did in the New Hampshire White Mountains. The leaves were in full color, the air was crisp and ...
... to see some old Heinz marketing items, a huge spider the size of a plate and a stuffed bear which Dad entertained me with by saying “shoo you bears” (something he did on a regular basis to Mum in Yosemite).
We made our way back to the hotel to check out just in time for their happy wine hour and then caught the train back to New York. Washington was definitely one of our favourite US city breaks.
We spent the ...
... biggest chair I have ever seen chair. On both sides of The memorial are quotes by the man himself. On the ground floor there is a small exhibition which I didn't have enough time to visit, but from the little I did see, it was mainly about his struggle to end slavery. We then headed to the famous White House. Now you must have seen pictures of the White House on TV, in Newspapers etc. It looks quite grand and powerful right? Well it's ...
... dress up in costumes related to that theme. During academic club time the teachers use a broad range of activities to ignite the children's interest in these characters. This type of experiential learning can be very powerful and gives the children a deeper understanding of the themes covered. There is not quite as big an emphasis on academic clubs in the older year levels but the teachers still deliver their programmes in similarly themed contexts. ...