Windsor Park Hotel
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... far more than anything I imagined. Prior to arriving, I was very nervous and afraid of being in a large city and not knowing anyone. Thankfully, I have a very loving network of people in my life who encouraged me to be confident and open to everything. I am so happy I took their advice because I have done nothing short of falling in love with the house and everyone in it!
I felt so welcomed the ...
... say so and I'm not really into space travel.
The Air & Space Museum was just one of the Smithsonian Museums, it would take a week or more to go through them all. It was very impressive & all FREE so it got me curious & wanting to know more about who the benefactor was I checked this Smithson fellow out at:
... to a group of Americans on holiday from the West coast over lunch, one guy told me all he knew about England a) it rains a lot b) we have the queen and c) the food is bland.....30 minutes sat next with me over lunch he knows an awful lot more! The museum had different displays designed by each tribe on culture and traditions and a history exhibit. This was my favourite museum of the all I visited. My 4:50pm train was very late as with each of ...
... 14 and after that they learn their trades on the farm or within the farmhouse.
Life is centred around agriculture and weddings will only take place in October or November as everyone is too busy to attend a ceremony at other times of the year. The Amish will not use modern technology as they believe in doing things the hard way with traditional methods, so everything takes longer. A slight change in ...
... 150 dollars, it was to take a good portion of the morning to walk into the 'hood' of Washington and make our purchase. Never the less, we got what we wanted and with a yearning desire to see more of Washington's rich history the hour and a half walk to the Reflecting pool flew by.... Once we reached the pool and the Lincoln memorial it was immediately clear we were at a special place, surrounded by memorials for both World Wars, the Vietnam and Korea war. ...