Residence Inn Washington/Dupont Circle
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"Rolling Thunder" is a United States advocacy group that seeks full accountability for prisoners of war (POW) and missing in action (MIA) service members of all US wars. It hosts an annual motorcycle rally in Washington, DC, during the Memorial Day weekend called “The Ride for Freedom”. This year in excess of a million riders and spectators took part, more than doubling the population ...
Today we had a bit of an early start. We left the house at 9:30 and drove to the train station to take the Metro into the city. The train ride was long but relaxing. The DC Metro is a lot nicer than Boston's T, and a lot less squeaky.
We got off of the train and maneuvered down a street lined with brownstone buildings. It reminded me a lot of Beacon Hill in Boston. Amidst these old buildings was our first stop of the day: The Mansion on O Street. Auntie Brenda had found out about ...
... asked me if I could cook something for them. I had no idea what I would prepare. After reflection, I decided to cook a special meal from Africa that I learned in Québec. I was like a boss in the kitchen! Cooking for a large family was my first time, I didn’t know the proportion I would need to put, and I was afraid. Finally, my family was so happy, they told me it was really delicious and if I could share the recipe. I didn’t think that my simple meal would ...
... They had fresh followers and Mr Sheldon bought Ms Peggy some Cherry Blossom limbs that will bloom when we get home. Looks likes a bundle of sticks now. The bakery had all sorts of tasty goodies.
We ate dinner across from the Eastern Market in a Mexican restaurant that had been on the food network. We all tried things we had never had before. It was interesting taste and textures for all of us.
Another fun filled day.
Sioux here. You may recall that I took a tumble at Arlington National Cemetery yesterday (as opposed to having a FALL as someone else might say) and today I woke up with a bit of a shiner. Jarn decided that to avoid embarrassing assumptions it would be a good idea if I wore sunglasses in public - which was OK because it was a nice sunny day and we were taking in the sights of Washington's posh parts on the Big Bus. Nighttime was shaping up to be a bit ...