Days Inn Arlington/Washington DC
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... an open mind as I settled into the crammed 12 bed mixed dorm that I was to stay in for 3 nights. The first night, I ended up hanging out in the common area, waiting for the free BBQ the hostel was providing. There was actually an awesome vibe in this hostel and it was really easy to meet people. I made friends with this German girl called helen (there are so many German people in America) and we decided to do some sightseeing the following day which was good as there is so ...
... funny over my shoulder, so I turned around and Chucky was almost falling out of his chair, resting his chin on his hands and fast asleep snoring. I pinched his leg and scared him awake. They are sooo exhausted. These 15 hour days are waring on their bodies and I doubt they go to bed once they are in their rooms. Too much excitement! We had about 45 minutes to walk around the plantation. We found the vegetable garden and the sheep, the orchard and the tomb where ...
... or brave when I was 21. Now 29, I have accomplished many of the items on the list; others I may never check off.
This list came up somehow in a conversation with my now-husband back in our dating days. He asked for some examples from the list, and jumped on the entry, "Study/live abroad for 3+ months." "We could do that," Dennis said. I told him that that was one of the entries I had written off as not-going-to-happen. I figured that ship ...
... intended target of terrorists on 9/11. The visitors' centre had an excellent display showing the timeline for building the Capitol (it all started as a small white building on a hill surrounded by farms - a bit like Canberra). There were originals of important Bills on display, such as the emancipation of slaves, and women's equal rights.
The Smithsonian Air and Space Museum was absolutely fantastic. Highlights were the Wright ...