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... way better than I thought. Lauca National Park in Chile was amazing, definitely worth the effort to get there off the normal Andean track for backpackers.
Places that didn’t live up to expectations: Brazil wasn’t our favorite place. The World Cup was amazing, obviously, but the country didn’t grab us. Mediocre food and bad weather didn’t help. Bali, too, seems a bit overrated, the beaches weren’t astounding or anything. As ...
... unimpressive really, just a few plaques inlaid in the ground.
Took the underground to the Pentagon. The station staff are particularly unhelpful. I took th wrong train which shut the door on Deb (the wife). So I have a few rides before being reunited with said wife. I actually stop by the Pentagon. Very dull building. Could have been build by the communists in the '60s. It is much better from the ...
... than Ms. Allen. I was simply giddy... Someone said “Miss! You are like a kid in a candy store!” ummmm... I am a kid in a candy store... Some of the highlights were bacon taffy, toilet bowl sour stuff, and ten pound gummy bears. We ate at a restaurant called King Street Blues. It was lush. 80%25 of our kids had chicken tenders. Mia, Fergus, Sarah and Melina had a veggie pasta, and some others branched out and had grilled chicken. I had red beans and rice. ...
After some history we were off to stand in front of the Capitol which is pretty cool. There is a reflection lake in front of it which was frozen solid and Luke had a great time climbing down there to try and crack the ice with his heel... He was unsuccessful. I was stressed waiting for someone from the National Guard to arrest us!
After that excitement we were cold and tired and sick of walking but finally found a Taco Bell! I forgot to mention that ...
... job allows him to work from anywhere there is internet, so he will continue working--making this trip financially feasible. My last day of work at DC Public Schools is December 20. It's really hard for me to leave a job and coworkers I enjoy so much, but the timing works out perfectly right now, and we may not have a chance to do something like this again....
We are both a little nervous about missing family and friends (and our ...