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... how we can improve. In addition to the nursing part, I know that I will miss hearty Thai breakfasts and just Thai food in general. I will miss the laughs with my buddies as we share our life stories or point out funny things at the tourist sights. I will miss my hard mattress and blue Boromarajonani blanket. But I probably won’t miss all the photo-taking, sticking out like a sore white thumb, and not having any control over ...
... the observation area of the reading room.... amazing area. Definitely going back!
We then toured the Capitol building. Very cool tour. Our tour guide was fun and interesting. Pretty cool to hear how 4th graders successfully lobbied for Utahs 2nd statue to be installed in the Capitol - each state can have 2 statues but they must be made of marble or bronze, and the statue has to be made of a deceased person. Lots ...
... place only to find that we were at the wrong office and that the tour we thought we could do wasn't actually available. We then decided to try the 'capital bike share' option - a system of bicycles that are available throughout the city. Basically you pick up a bike at one dock, ride it for a while, re-dock it and pay for the time you use. If you only use it in 1/2hr segments you don't pay anything after the first fee of $7 each. Great idea, but ...
... the visitors centre to check it out and then had some lunch. I tried the world famous Philly steak and cheese sandwich, first impressions not the greatest but was ok I wouldn't try another one. As we walked back to the bus we passed by Benjamin Franklins graveside which was really interesting. Next stop Washington, D.C. On the bus we made friends with twin sisters from Australia Rachel and Lindsay and a lovely mother and daughter from England Elaine and Charlotte. ...
... to us about his time over sees and what he saw and how it molded him into the person he was today. He told us he was also a Christian and we got to pray with him when we were done talking. Its amazing to be able to talk to the people that help mold history.