The Mansion on O Street
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Morning starts with a lie in, we don't wake until just before 7am. Yes 7am is a little early but compared to the last week or so that's a lie in. Today is Memorial Sunday, it has been tradition over the last 25 years for there to be a motorcycle ride by on this day. So we have been informed that the usual route may be changed due to traffic and those bloody tourists. First points of interest we see this morning is both the Jefferson and ...
... in glass cases in the walls like you would see at the zoo. Julia and I got to the chat-with-the-entomologists room just in time to watch the tarantula feeding. The lady talked about tarantulas for a bit, then tossed in a cricket. The tarantula waited a moment and then leaped upon it, much to the shrieking delight of about 50 children and 25 grown men. The women seemed less impressed. This is ...
I am so confused! I remember writing my last entry as if it were yesterday! One week more, and I didn't see the time passing! I realize how time doesn't wait for us and it will pass very quickly. No time to waste!
First, this week, I found a free English class in Washington DC. I am lucky!I went to see how it happened, and if it was a good course because of the price. When I arrived, I had a test that took 40 min, to know my level ...
... the U.S. botanical gardens when I noticed that the police had blocked all of the roads behind us, nether cars nor pedestrians were allowed to move - I realised that they must be in the process of moving someone important, so we stayed to watch! A massive parade went past us of motorbikes and 4x4 police cars and finally a few limos, one flying the American flag. According to a stranger it was the president! Which is strange. Anyway, ...
... as we went through to see if we’d be any good. We failed. It was a cool mix of information and artefacts plus interactive activities. They also had one floor dedicated to James Bond, the ultimate spy ;-), it was awesome. We then picked up our car and headed west to our first National Park, hurray! We were getting a little citied out.
We arrived in Fort Royal in time for dinner and lots of southern accents (we didn’t think Virginia was that south!). Alex ...