Westin Tyson's Corner
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... chuckle at that last one, even the kids too), the streets were lined with the most beautiful colonial houses with grand steps to their front doors and flowered pot plants perched on their windows. It was the opposite of LA; quiet, quaint and clean.
We woke up this morning excited and ready to see everything in day light. We hopped onto a to a local bus to take us to Union Station for our day tour around the capital of America.
First stop: Capitol Hill. ...
... it, there's lots of people around here talking to themselves. What's with americans and Weirdos?
Had a long long afternoon nap and set out late. Headed to the Chinatown. It was small and pretty disappointing. Had a drink in a bar and its basketball wall to wall. All TVs had no sound and basketball was played to teletext. Very strange.
... my mail from the office (too much to fit in my box) and it was in a USPS crate...it's nice to receive mail, but there was a lot. I finally turned in to my cozy bed around 12:30am. This morning's shower was glorious, as the water stayed warm consistently, and I had adequate water pressure to actually get the soap off. I started the first two loads of laundry, and went to the grocery store. My entire toe is purple now, as healing ...
... anything. Still very impressing, though.
My second day in Washington was filled with more and more museum visits. I started with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, it has only a limited admittance number per day, so you better get there early when they open, at 10 am. The museum itself is for free. And it's incredibly awesome! They have lots and lots of audiovisual material and for someone like me, fascinated by this topic, it's just great. Initially ...
... known that I was singing and dancing (!) with everyone else in the service and it took the rest of the day to come down from the joyfulness I felt. Alleluia indeed. I took lunch in the nearest park and watched one of the many homeless people rummage around in the bin - I singled one out and gave him half my lunch and the $20 that needed to be passed on. I hope the woman in the church doesn't mind... Yesterday I wandered around the enormous art museums ...