TownePlace Suites Springfield
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... of football titans -- VaTech and Purdue :O).
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... is the official point to which all "Washington" distances are measured. We stopped at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. It's full of skeletons, fossils, dinosaurs, stuffed animals, (including a very funky porcupine) full sized whales, t-Rex skeletons etc. The African elephant is massive. A 15 minute walk with the sound of thousands of Harley ...
... think Boston's T but way more confusing!). You have to either have exact change for the bus ($1.75 per person) or a SmarTrip card (Bostonians=Charlie Card). I had a $20 bill. The driver took pity on me and let us all on for free (score!). After getting to the Metro station and figuring out what line to take in what direction (because, why on earth would you figure that out before hand???) we hopped aboard our first train in D.C. After some line switching we arrived at ...
... looked really nice inside. It was really nice in there and had the most amazing food. The waiter suggested that we share a starter and a main course. We did this, ordering calamari for starters and meatball pasta for our main. I think squid are now extinct, as the tray calamari was so big I'm surprised there's any left! There was more food on the shared starter than we would both expect as a main course. There were hundreds ...
... an emotional wreck and was about to go to the next exhibit when four of my classmates told me not to go any further, and if I did to keep my head down the whole time. Of course, I wanted to face my fears and keep my head up. I won't say that this was a mistake, so much as it was a realization. The first thing I saw was two glass cases full of shoes. Black flats littered the room. I began to feel as if I was going to throw up. Then we shuffled into ...