SpringHill Suites Centreville Chantilly
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... journal, to catalog my experiences while abroad.I have spent the past couple nights going back and looking at pictures and videos of my trip over the summer with Timmy, Stephanie, and Garret. It is so strange feeling like it was so long ago, yet when I look at the pictures I remember the trip like it was just yesterday. It's interesting to think about the specific places and moments that stuck in my memory, while others just mush and ...
... Rose Garden, beautiful. Saw the picture of the beer summit. Walked to Washington monument and over to the Martin Luther King Jr memorial.. His quotes were so brilliant I asked the ranger if he wrote his own speeches. She said no one had ever asked her that and proceeded to give us about 15 minutes of info. He did have two speech writers. His good friend Mahalia Jackson said "tell them about the dream" when he was going to give the million man march ...
... Just ate at the Panda Garden in the eatery there. We wandered around and saw shops we don't have including a lovely women's shop called White House Black Market. No room in the suitcase unfortunately. Damn!!!! We returned to the warmth of the hotel and had pizza delivered. So now I sit next to the fireplace the next day waiting for our shuttle to the airport for our next stage....Fort Lauderdale....and some warmer weather. Bye Washington ...
... br> We caught the 325 Train from L ‘Enfant Plaza, next to our hotel at 1:21pm and arrived in Manassas at 2:19 pm. Whilst waiting for a taxi, we met Barbara, a lovely local lady who offered to drive us the 13 km to the RV Centre. She liked our accent and just liked listening to us talk.
We picked up our Motorhome following a briefing and 30 minute video about the RV. It is a ...
... of Natural History. There are exhibits of animals, their skeletons, insects and rocks. Most crowded exhibit was the rocks section, particularly the diamonds and especially the Hope Diamond.
Not sure why it was in the Natural History and not human history museum, but their was also a display of mummies and their coffins.
It was getting late in the afternoon so we made a quick dash to the National Archives, ...