Residence Inn Silver Spring
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
America’s National Gallery of Art is an impressive
neoclassical building standing prominently on the National Mall nearer to the
Capitol than most of the other Smithsonian museums. The buildings entire upper
floor is dedicated to paintings from the early Renaissance through early
Modernism – art from Giotto to Picasso. The museum is well planned out; to
follow the main floor’s rooms by number through ...
... nearly four hour
train trip. The scenery changes several times, we fall asleep for less than an
hour. It was very interesting to see the changing scenery from the Train, we
saw some well to do areas, then again we say some areas that we wouldn’t want
to visit, Through Baltimore there were areas with hundreds, maybe thousands of derelict
As soon as we get off the train
we are asked about ...
... decided to make use of time, with only 1½ days to see as much as we could, and only 1 block away from Smithsonian area. We firstly walked through and around the grounds of Hirshhorn Museum, viewing many sculptures and artwork, stopping at gift shop were there were some unusual items for purchases, eg puzzles, pictures, obscured clocks.
Next building around Smithsonian Area, we ventured into was ...
... 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 ...