The Hotel at Arundel Preserve
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... all together to continue the trek. Andrea and I certainly had the worst of it. And we should have had the best tickets, along with Marshall, as we were in the 2nd row right to the side of the goal. We could almost reach out and pat Tim Howard on the back while he was in goal. But I guess we figured “to hell with it…we were soaked already” – so may as well be out in the rain, jumping and cheering and having ...
... to meetup has hurt certain aspects of my life that I wish to make time for. As a result, I have to re-evaluate the role that meetup should play in my life without having to impact other aspects of my life in a negative manner.
A few close friends have asked me repeatedly when I plan to take a break. I have said a few times especially in 2012 when I organized a 30 person group to travel overseas that I need time off from it, but ...
... of David with a blue ball in the middle of it. This experience truly will stay with me forever and inspire me in the future. I will never forget.
Annabelle back again...She is incredible isn't she?
Dinner was at Nando's. Sweet Maya J. almost fainted when she realized where we were. Yanitza, Yvonne, Amelia, Logan and Maya all explained (VERY ANIMATED) to me that ...
... a 10am 3-hour Segway tour, taking in DC's main sights including White House where (President Obama and family lives), the J Edger Hoover Building (where the FBI are based), Capitol Hill (where Congress sits - USA Parliament), The National Mall including the Smithsonian Museums, the Washington Monument, finishing at the Lincoln Memorial. After covering some ground on the Segway's and learning as we rolled, we had a sandwich at Jimmy Johns, preparing ourselves for a Smithsonian ...
... a bit of character. There was an Africa, South America, North America and Australian animal sections. Yes that's right Aussies are represented! Although in saying that we heard a lady in passing say "oh Australian animals, where they all kill you". So we seem to have a good wrap... Not. Pretty quickly we lost everyone else and there were just two of us. We walked through the rest of the museum seeing mummies, insects, dinosaurs and sea life. We decided to brave the ...