SpringHill Suites Gaithersburg
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... the mall since I have to stock up on some Clinique. We visit Victoria's Secret (of course) and Armani Exchange and the Tesla show room before meeting up with Uncle and Aunty again. The Teslas on display were impressive but I wonder if the cost of buying a new electronic car is worth it now? The cost to charge and the availability of outlets may trip you up if the city you live in (or are going to) isn't equipped for electric cars.
Uncle Jesse's next surprise was Iwo ...
... the World War II Memorial. For dinner we went to a great place called Vapiano which happens to be located in Chinatown. Here's what the girls had to say about their day.
Agent Carissa: Last day. Today I learned that I throw things in my sleep.... Like my squid and turtle. This was so fun. I saw the Ford's Theater. And ....... I can't wait to see my squid (insert picture of squid) Secret. Today to Agent Nighthawk. Today I found that a spy, Agent Topaz, was working ...
The "me time" went pear shaped. The people I was meeting had a change of plan and said to meet in Chinatown. I was a tad concerned as they had been on the lash since lunchtime, and it was now 5 pm. Great! On arrival I soon realised that one of them was pretty ******. So I had a beer, and Mr Drunk said he wanted to go to U Street. We followed him blindly and walked for ages. He didn't know the way. The neighbourhood were getting more and more dodgy ...
... manage to keep their culture and heritage intact in the modern age of globalisation. The most relaxing evening we had was aboard a sunset cruise down the Hudson to the Statue of Liberty. It was a beautiful boat, a beautiful evening, a beautiful sunset and beautiful company! And bought for us by equally beautiful people!
I hope I have not waffled on too much but if you have made it this far I assume you found it of interest. CANADA here we come! Until the next ...
... The theatre is quite small and steep, and there were people dressed up in period clothing answering questions; it was very nice.
The ticket also allowed us into the second part of the tour, over the road at the Peterson House. This is where Lincoln was taken when he was shot in the back of the head; they weren't able to get him to a hospital so they took him to a house across the street from the theatre, where he died the next morning. This also had ...