Residence Inn Silver Spring
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After many requests, I have decided to start a new travel blog following my adventures through the coming year as I work as a Post Doc in Okinawa, Japan. Hopefully this will help keep the people that I love and care about informed about what I am up to and be of some interest. This is just a test run to see how this program works. Eight days till I ...
... day in Washington. We started the day by getting the metro to Arlington National Cemetery. A very sober place, with acres and acres of headstones stretching as far as the eye can see. We saw the changing of the guard statue tomb of the unknown soldier... There is an unknown soldier for WW1, Vietnam and WW2. E also visited John F Kennedy's final resting place, overlooking the city of Washington, there with his wife and 2 babies. Very sad.
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... my pants! Didn't want to fly in this thing, it's so tiny! Ross couldn't even stand up straight in it, he bumped his head a few times walking up the aisle I think he was trying to punch a whole through it to straighten up like a giraffe! Really good flight to Chicago we both slept like babies the whole way, coming into land Chicago looks really pretty from up above! It would have been nice if we could have fitted a day in here. Lucky enough our ...
... we humans are all so alike, experiencing the same emotions. Frances also had a step-mother. Her mother, Agnes Lee, died in 1919 during the great flu epidemic after WW I, along with three children. Frances' dad, who we all called Papa Carlson, married again, finding his bride in the hospital where my mother was treated for, I think, tuberculosis of the hip when she was about 12. Frances walked with a limp the rest of her ...
... simpler than it was! I wasn't very confident at first. I miss being a child where you are fearless. However after our first ride to the Washington Monument and then onto the Jefferson Memorial I felt in control. What a fabulous way to see things. As the Memorials ad Monuments are all spread out, it allowed us to see a lot in our 3 hours, unlike walking. Such a novelty, I'm glad I signed up.
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