Motel 6 Washington DC - Capital Heights
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... on Conningbroke Lake near Canterbury in 2010.
... new home, new language to adapt to. Sarah's my hero!
After our visit, went back home to pick up Lawrence, Sasha and Alex and went off to shop for Korean food at the Lotte markets. Drove up to Paul and Erins place in Baltimore where Lawrence (former chef) prepared Korean banquet for us. MMMmm! Masitda! (Delish) Met their dog Sid who does a good high five but does not like pickled radish.
... the mall to a different metro station for the ride home. It was getting cold and we were glad we had thought to bring coats as when we left it had been a beautiful warm day. We drove back to our hotel and decided not to go out again so just made sandwiches in room and vegged and watched TV. Ted was thrilled to find out that the ASU game was going to be on ESPN and we had it. Devil’s won and looked pretty good doing it. Maybe things are coming together for them.
... the tour and the first question was if anyone could tell where she was from. Seeing as we know a Jana from my work and she is from the Czech Republic, Daisy said that country and Jana was very impressed that she got it right. This lady was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic so we really enjoyed her tour. A marvellous building to visit.After that we started out on our long walk to visit all the Washington DC memorials. These along with the White House are ...
... a double decker open top bus and I was upstairs in the open! The conductor passed out rain ponchos and we all sat there in the rain as the bus slowly moved through the traffic back to the station. Workers had joined the traffic, so was a lot slower moving than usual. Was good to get back to the station, change to a taxi and get back to the hotel. There's a grocery store next to the hotel that sells hot cooked food ...