Knights Inn Baltimore - South Jessup
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... cut ;-)
I needed a bra, the one I am wearing since two years is falling apart. "I have a 10 dollar coupon for Victoria's Secret!" Wilma said. Well look at that, I am now the proud proprietor of a Victoria Secret bra! ;-)
"Feel for a manucure pedicure?" Me the traveler who never takes care of my nails, now keep on watching my hands and polished nails ;-) it was ...
... me seem completely incompetent and immature. I am so sorry for being such an ungrateful sourpuss. Thank you. Thank you so much for your super thoughtful and totally eye-opening compliment.
Give me ten more years, and I promise to do my utmost to turn old and ugly and fit the socially expected stereotype of "Teacher." Unfortunately, getting old takes some time.
I don't know why young teachers have such a rough time of it anyway. ...
... scary - the lanes are much narrower than the freeway lanes we had been used to, and we always seemed to be penned in by buses or lorries. Soon we had entered the garden state and were heading south on the New Jersey turnpike. As we travelled further south the traffic seemed to have periods of opening up, followed by periods of standstill which set the tone for the day. We stopped at a services for lunch and went to Quiznos (a bit like ...
... the White House. I had to make a detour though, as someone was coming into the White House through the back gates. Lots of police on motor bikes, black jeeps and a big black car with tinted window. It could have been Barrack inside, but more likely it was Michelle coming home after picking up the groceries or one of the kids from the mall. When we went out later for dinner, Pennsylvania Ave in front of the White House was shut down and we had to detour again. We need to sort out a new ...
... of 7.2 miles that day.
This morning we got up, had a quick breakfast and took the metro(subway) over to the Pentagon. We had tour tickets we had to get more than 2 weeks in advance, to pass security. We had an hour tour at the Pentagon. After that we went around the side to the 9-11 Pentagon Memorial. Very sobering. There is a bench for every person who died ...