Westin Reston Heights
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... which was the antithesis of last night. This was an area with a largely black population and we stood out like sore thumbs. The area was obviously a much lower socio economic region but it had a Subway - our fall back lunch when we cannot find anything else. Staff in the store were very helpful and even upgraded our order which gave us the cheaper Friday special price which we had not seen.
Back to the hotel after lunch for a rest. ...
... 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 ...
37C (100F) at peak and still 33C at 3.30 pm as I write . Undaunted we set out latish as our basement apartment has a really dark bedroom so we sleep like babies, and off to the Viet Wall. I of course saw it 20 yrs ago and it was the trigger for a body of work animate about the American-Vietnamese war which many of you will know but it was first for Jon who found the experience very moving as had I all those years ago. It's a beautiful simple memorial in which ...
... 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 ...
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 ...