Super 8 Waldorf
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When I found out that I am going to be traveling for a much greater amount of time this year as compared to the prior years, I was simply ecstatic. Frantically, a number of countries popped in my head as to where to venture out to next. And then, naturally, I started writing up an itinerary focusing on maximizing all the places I'm able to see with the limited amount of time I have because the truth is moments like ...
Today was my final full day in D.C. The more I am here the more I like it!
First up was brunch with a friend I met while we were both teaching English in France. We haven't seen each other since 2007 and we had a really good time catching up and reminiscing about our trips across Europe.
After brunch, Tammy and I walked to the Museum of American History so I could finally see those ruby slippers. ...
Up early and feel like I've been away for a month and am knackered. Dragged my self out of bed to get into Washington on the Metro.
Forgot to talk about an incident yesterday. In the hotel, where I'd got the lift down to the car park to get my case. When I reached the lobby on the way back up, the lift stopped and a guy got in. He cancelled my 11th floor request thinking I was checking in, and then brazenly presses basement saying, it's ...
... we enjoyed our burgers and shakes in the sun!
We headed back to the Capitol as we had Senate public gallery passes, so watched Senate in session for 30-40 minutes. With 100 Senators (2 per U.S. State), we expected the Senate to be buzzing - however there were ever only 2-3 Senators in the room, as Senators spend 80% of their time 'off the floor' - very interesting, but not quite as exciting as expected.
Last stop of ...
... Vietnam War memorial, where there are 58000 USA men's names engraved in a wall, either dead or missing in action. Only 8 women lost there lives. An amazing tribute.
We met Lisa for lunch at the Daughters of the Revolution museum, another spectacular building, with lots of room displays of a bygone past. Also some pretty amazing old quilts, from the early 1800s on display. Wait for the photos. Also to the adjoining Children of the revolution display.
Starbucks for ...