Residence Inn Silver Spring
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I am excited to have someone else with me that I can share the experience with and hopefully this will help with the whole homesickness part that everyone is warning me about.
The next time that I am writing, hopefully I will be sitting somewhere in Singapore with insane jet lag, sweating my my shirt through, getting a great tan and soaking in this new and amazing place that I am about to spend the next 5 months living in.
... as the Intercounty Connector or ICC, is a toll freeway, connecting Gaithersburg in Montgomery Country with Laurel in Prince George's Country. In other words, a Lexus Freeway. We rode it to visit my step-sister, Florence. It's a nice, three lane drive, that avoids much of the traffic you encounter on the Maryland roads. But watch out! We saw more cop cars on our 20 mile ride along the freeway than we saw on the rest of ...
... Starting to get the hang of the Circulator Bus. Ate at We, the Pizza. Fitting name, huh?
1. National Mall and Memorial Parks
2. National Gallery of Art Your Art App
3. Arlington National Cemetery
4. National Archives "to the brink" Exhibit
5. National Archives Docs Teach
6. National Archives Today's Document
7. International Spy Museum's Villify Me
... this I fly north to Cairns, Queensland. I'll be on a two day dive trip and after that I am hoping to see the Kuranda rainforest as well. From there I take a train down to Brisbane, to go to the Australia Zoo, the Gallery of Modern Art, and a koala sanctuary. I'm *almost* as excited about seeing the Aussie animals as I am about seeing my Aussie friends! Haha.
For the last week I will be in Tasmania, visiting my Great-Aunt Betty! ...
(The always inspiring Francie Hester, commented on the travel blog that she very much enjoyed the imagery of my writing and jokingly, she laid down a challenge to write a piece about sitting at the stop light at Georgia Avenue and Seminary Road. A couple of blocks from our house. A road she must cross, nearly everyday, or several times a day, on the way to her studio. This one's for you Francie! And, to all of you in heavy traffic. Smile, the next time, sitting, ...