TownePlace Suites Clinton at Andrews Air Force Base
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... together when I was in high school, that by comparison I would seem like a complete spaz; for example, the time in 10th grade that John Wilkes and I got in a tug-of-war over a desk and broke it in half, or the time in AP Lit that we were discussing our "Esoterica" project and I mispronounced it "Erotica" to the teacher and looked like a jackass. Yeah, on a whole, my students are pretty awesome - mature, accomplished, poised, and polished. But ...
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 ...
... could get some photos a lot closer to the White House. We were there for about 5 mins and then a guard blew his whistle and yelled for us to clear the area and we all had to move on. We went and stood at the top of the park about 500m north and watch as a couple of police bikes escorted 3 black limos in the grounds. We were talking to one of the guards and he said the president was in the middle one. I can't believe that we saw ...
... on! Was interactive and interesting. Great visit!
The 'hover' restaurant
For dinner we went to a lovely Italian restaurant across the street from the hotel. Food was really really good but oh my goodness the service!!! It was good in that they very attentive but they hovered ..... hovered over us the whole time!!! Wiping the table, moving things, refilling water..... nice service but leave us alone!!! Food was delicious though :-)
... right across the street to Julius Sturgis pretzel Bakery. She opened the first commercial pretzel bakery in 1861 in a little house on Main Street. We had to stop and buy a hot soft pretzel each and sat on the church steps down the street and ate them with mustard. We then headed down highway 772 to highway 23 toward Blue Ball.
Change of plans. Ted had decided that it would be better to see if we can get a hotel in Washington DC than staying in a ...