Motel 6 Washington DC SE - Camp Springs
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... There are pros and cons to every goodbye.
Since this is my last day writing, I would like to provide you with Faith’s useful phrases (14 is my favorite)::
1. Sawadee-kah= hello/goodbye
2. My name is…= Dee chan chu Bua ka
3. What is your name? = Kun shu a’arai?
4. Nice to meet you= gin dee tee dai roo chak
5. How are you?= kun sabaidee mali?
6. I ...
... for free, with a timed ticket. The tour by the National park staff and the museum where great and it was interesting to learn all the facts about what happened. We never realised that John Wilkes Booth was actually one of the most well known actors of the time nor that there were two previous attempts by him and his conspirators to kidnap him. We didn’t also know that they also planned to kill the Secretary of State and the Vice president but these failed. The ...
... the monuments is unbelievable. We walk from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument, stopping at the Vietnam Veteran's wall & the WWII memorial - just beautiful. There are tonnes of people running around Washington, particularly cool people in their 20's, & they all sound like West Wing cast members. They're talking 'ways & means', 'appropriations', 'senators'. It's bloody great. There are even a whole lot of games of American touch ...
... breakfast from a little place called protein bar then head down to the whitehouse and people watch as there are often protesters and things. Also lots and lots of security, sniffer dogs and secret service with massive machine guns standing on the perimeters of the Whitehouse. I dared Josh to climb the fence and run as fast as he could towards the Whitehouse and see how far he could get. He wouldn't accept though. On one of our last days in ...
We walked down to the closest metro station, by closest I mean the least furtherest. It was quite a hike and it traversed some rather dirty country. The footpath came and went, and litter was piled up along the road. This was a bit discouraging. We made it to the station with the assistance of some very young boys who were walking with their mother. "just follow us" they said. When we arrived, Sam gave ...