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... But then it's Friday, I'm in love and I have no reason for that.
- Love is blind oftentimes; self-love is there to give you eyesight.
- I'd rather be imperfect and be loved as opposed to being perfect without love.
- Never lose two things when you get into a new romance: yourself and your friends, as they will save you when your new romance ends.
- I don't go for the fastest, the highest or the hardest. I go ...
... Maryland. Washington DC is a beautiful, clean city with hardly any high rise buildings. Capitol Hill is the highest building and the rule is not to have any buildings higher than that. We took a drive around the Pentagon which was very interesting. The tour guide showed us which side the 911 plane crashed into it. Thereafter we were taken to the Washington Memorial, reflection pool which was featured in a Forest Gump and the Lincoln Memorial. Capitol Hill, Washington ...
... It doesn’t have any windows but it does have six manky bunk beds, all 12 beds occupied. A We were allocated bunks furthest away from each other as possible, both top bunks. I’m not sure what was a nicer touch, the swaying of the beds at every turn or the fact that the top bunks were about ten inches from the polystyrene tiled ceiling. Susie was particularly lucky – she had a ceiling tile hanging down above her bed, she was also right under the shower so got ...
... to explore the monuments around the mall, we saw the Thomas Jefferson memorial, then the Martin Luther king memorial , before seeing the war memorials and mr Abraham Lincoln himself !!!! We then went to see one of the most powerful memorials we had seen, the Vietnam war memorial looks just like a wall from far away but as you get closer you start to see the names inscribed in the wall the number and size of the wall just keeps ...
... and 3 elevators. At various times in history, the White House has been known as the "President's Palace," the "President's House," and the "Executive Mansion." President Theodore Roosevelt officially gave the White House its current name in 1901.
No time for lunch as we were heading to Arlington National Cemetery and clouds were starting to form in the sky, not black ones just white clouds but the were going to mess with my photos that I ...
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