Days Inn Arlington/Washington DC
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Marcus and I were sitting around one night last summer, drinking a glass of wine, and talking about our move back to Alaska. Anytime alcohol is involved we call it "drunk talk" and ANYTHING is possible when you are talking drunk talk.
We started talking about the friends and family we could visit on our way back to Alaska. It ...
... to get as much of the street as we possibly
could.. Our last stop was the landmark of
the street named "Madame's Organ" and had three floors of music.. of
all kinds and graffitis all over the walls. I guess the best way to sum it is
that... This street was a traveller's haven!
DC was everything I expected it to be but more importantly
it was everything I never expected it to be... Another wonderful lesson
learnt.. Talk to cabbies and expect the unexpected!
... get a little more sleep on the train and it was a very relaxing train journey. We arrived in Washington on time around 5 pm and caught a taxi to our Air BnB apartment which is actually a large basement conversion with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Its at basement level but actually has windows and doors at the front and back. One of the owners, Crystal , came down to meet us and was the most helpful host imaginable. She and her ...
... a more traditional pen and paper approach. For me this really is they key to effective use of ICTs in classroom programmes. Another aspect of the programme at Jamestown that was innovative was the use of iTunesU. The teachers create courses for their students that include a range of links to websites and other digital media. This means that the students can access relevant resources without having to go onto the open internet. This non-reliance ...
... pulled up exactly as I got back - great timing! Off to lunch at a slightly disappointing Mexican restaurant before walking BACK into the city again, retracing my morning steps and then extending them to take in the Washington monument, Lincoln Memorial and The White House before then finding a bar for Happy Hour. As I had, by this time, spent almost the whole day walking, I wimped out after just knew beer and left C and J in town and caught the subway most of the way back ...