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... parks and Georgetown University. The walk ended on M Street in the commercial heart of Georgetown at the oldest house built in the district.
Georgetown is a very wealthy community. We saw a diplomat's car, million-dollar homes stacked on top of each other, high-priced cars parked on crowded streets, and some very lucky dogs relaxing on expensive balconies overlooking the narrow streets below. I enjoyed seeing the ...
From here, it was time to hit the Library of Congress. As usual, I got us a bit lost and we circled a building that was part of the Library - but naturally the part we wanted was across the street. I KNEW there were several buildings - but my multiple apps were not helpful in getting us to the "right" building. Thankfully, a friendly Washingtonian came to our rescue as our feet were getting rather tired by now.
William was ...
... Life is hard.
I think that is the whole point, much like being a homicidal maniac. Anyone could be a terrorist or a homicidal maniac because in theory they do not have a "look". The key to both these types of people (terrorists and homicidal maniacs) is to “blend in”. Basically just look like a dufus or a nudnik. Act a little bewildered like you have never been in an airport before. Go into a Cinnabun and treat that ...
... up our bags to clear customs here then re-checked them back onto the Toronto flight we have to wait 5 hours for our next flight. So we went and got a 15 minute manicure and dinner. Now we are sitting in the United lounge waiting for our flight. However the time difference is kicking in right now it is 6:00 pm here but we are on France time which is midnight I could go to sleep right now. Almost home now. We had a great trip but it is time to get home ...
Today we attempted to wake up early to make the most of the day, but we were so tired! We also spent some time in the morning trying to find an app or website to make Mohamed's PowerPoint presentation. We eventually found one that worked, so we could relax and e joy the afternoon, knowing we could come home and sort everything out. We headed to the Smithsonian metro stop which was crazy busy! When we got there we headed to The Castle where we collected leaflets about ...
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