Westin Reston Heights
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... totally destroyed by earthquake in 1948. One of the few buildings to survive was a very large wheat/flour milling plant. The guide said that the builder was jailed by Stalin for having used too much concrete in the construction. He was released from prison after his building withstood the earthquake !
After that, the Russians built what is now the older part of the city. Since independence, the megalomaniac presidents starting with Pres Niyazov have poured the ...
... here for a while, had a few beers and chatted, in english and spanish before trying to head to a different bar. Me being an idiot, i left my ID at Vlad's place. We kept walking around tying to find a new bar that would let me in, but we got to the point where we called it quits.We got home to Vlad's housemate on the couch (which was my bed for the night) with 3 girls so we stayed up and chatted a bit until they left and I crashed ...
... was divided in two. Part of it was in the theater where Lincoln was shot and the other part was across the street in the house where he was carried and where he died. It was very interesting and we all had audio guides. Some used them much more than others. ;) Hearing the story of how Booth entered the balcony seats and shot the president was astounding and chilling. I didn't know before that Booth jumped from the balcony after to the stage, or that ...
... personnel milling around. We had pre-purchased our tickets and didn't realise we didn't get allocated an actual seat number so everyone was pushing and shoving to get onto the train and get seats with their families. They didn't have to worry, the train had lots of carriages and there was enough room for everyone, although it stopped at various stations along the way with lots of people getting on.
We got into Union Station right on time, we bought ...
It has been an overwhelming semester being back at Mary Washington, especially after Bilbao, and I haven't really gotten the chance to look back and see what I learned from my experience there until now.
It has been almost a year since I stepped off of that plane and started a semester in a different language and completely different country and continent than what I call home. In fact, my regular 4 year college is even in the same ...