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On August 16th I'm going to Ecuador with my mom for two weeks, and I’m really excited about this mommy-daughter trip! We will visit Quito (capital of Ecuador) and Cuenca. In the mornings we will attend the Simon Bolivar Spanish School and learn Spanish. In the afternoon we will explore.
Sofia, our contact at the Spanish school, assigned us two ...
... historic homes like the
William Paca House that can be toured, and compact size, but much of the focus
seems to be on eating and drinking establishments.
One major Annapolis sight I didn’t make it to on this trip
is the U.S. Naval Academy. The one previous time I was in Annapolis was in
October 2005 returning to NJ from a timeshare week in Williamsburg with my
parents. My father and ...
... Maryland. Washington DC is a beautiful, clean city with hardly any high rise buildings. Capitol Hill is the highest building and the rule is not to have any buildings higher than that. We took a drive around the Pentagon which was very interesting. The tour guide showed us which side the 911 plane crashed into it. Thereafter we were taken to the Washington Memorial, reflection pool which was featured in a Forest Gump and the Lincoln Memorial. Capitol Hill, Washington ...
... stations shy of the airport. I was watching a video on the Zune and hadn’t heard any announcements. I asked a woman what was happening. She said there is a problem on the line ahead and this train will not reach the airport. All airport-bound customers were instructed to deboard this train, take the next S8 in the opposite direction back into the city center, and then transfer to the S1 train, which runs to the airport from western Munich. Holy ****! This is ...
... well as the Academy's history. One of my favorite exhibits was the French Prisoner of War ships, elaborate carvings done by prisoners with time on their hands during the long naval wars between Napoleon and the British. They used wood, bone and whatever materials they could find to make these amazing model ships.
Since my plane didn't leave until the late afternoon, we spent the next morning exploring Old ...