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... really learning my way around here, especially DuPont Circle. I even feel pretty confident on the metro (famous last words). This weekend I am very excited to explore Georgetown with some people I have met at the house and go out for brunch, a DC must, apparently.
Back to work, for now. I am currently at the Press Club doing some research, and then I was invited to stay for 'taco night'. :)
... and continuously reminding me of what is most important.
Now, I’m heading home just in time to celebrate my birthday on Friday with both of them and I couldn’t imagine anything better than to see them both. I still can’t believe that I’m about to be 26 years old. Life is so funny how it works out and how it doesn’t. A few years ago I never would’ve imagined myself here, where I am now, with the experiences, ...
... the Port Authority, a place that resembles a 1970’s seedy hospital, dimly lit with sterile walls and flooring - a place that you would literally say “if these walls could talk”… in my own worlds the butt hole of Manhattan and it’s public transport services! Can I also add that this place was full of seedy looking individuals, drunks, homeless and all manner of people with shifty eyes. Whether this is all from the looking glass of someone who was tired and ...
... Met up with Nick and Em for lunch at a underground food court in an immaculately clean building. Em then took us all to a roof top bar at the W, that overlooks the White House. One of the best rooftop bars. In the evening Em had organised a night bus tour for us all to see Washington's sights by night. Did the loop around the war memorials and the war heroes mass graveyard. Ear infection from the waterskiing is playing ...
... the World War II Memorial. For dinner we went to a great place called Vapiano which happens to be located in Chinatown. Here's what the girls had to say about their day.
Agent Carissa: Last day. Today I learned that I throw things in my sleep.... Like my squid and turtle. This was so fun. I saw the Ford's Theater. And ....... I can't wait to see my squid (insert picture of squid) Secret. Today to Agent Nighthawk. Today I found that a spy, Agent Topaz, was working ...