TownePlace Suites Gaithersburg
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... br> Dinner is at John and Erin's place tonight. Erin cooks us a delicious meal of menudo, chicken adobo and chocolate cake. Rylee is asleep when we get there but little Jo Jo is happy to entertain us with her cuteness. Its good to spend time with Erin as we chat about our travels and future plans. John, Jem and Dan arrive later from a trip to Texas (John picked them up from the airport. We play a game that Jem brought over later that night. Its like Pictionary. You get a secret word ...
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fireworks smily faces, hearts, stars
mas of humanity funneled to closed station. Walked all over eternity and finally swqueezed onto the farragut west orange line.
caught last shuttle from hotel, God bless the driver and his Matatu
hoofed it to CVS and got 2 bottles of wine, watched ruin porn of Detroit as Anthony Bourdain visited there. Wife fell asleep to her white noise machine.
... stopping to get from the Capitol building, up to the Washington Monument, around the White House, then across to the Jefferson, Eisenhower, MLKJnr and Lincoln monuments. By this stage there was a strong police presence which was daunting at first, however I came to realise that because Obama was out and about for a lot for the different ceremonies, they were just preparing the road blocks. One thing that astounded me was the use of marble in this place, there must be ...
... States, George……err….what was his name….W Bush? Oh no that’s right Washington!
Enough on the history, if you want to know more I am sure you know about Google!
Well suffice to say that due to its planned nature the city does lack a certain X factor, lacking a certain reality. There is a good reason for this, many of the main federal buildings or museums were built to look old. The Pantheon and the Roman Forum at ...
... look at the nearby Vietnam Memorial. I would have liked to spend more time (speaking of touching!) at this site, but we were getting soaked (even with raincoats and umbrellas).
Teresa recommended an Ethiopian restaurant for dinner (it was getting dark) . We made our way up to the Metro and used it to get out near this restaurant, which is near the Washington Zoo. We all shared a for-three Ethiopian dinner -- very tasty!
We made ...