Quality Inn Washington
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... reverence, with people speaking in hushed tones, sharing stories, memories or perhaps just thoughtful silence. I wore my "Vietnam Veteran" hat, shook a lot of hands, exchanged a lot of “Welcome home” wishes, and read a bunch of notes, letters, and posters written to loved ones that were arranged along the foot of the Wall. It helps heal the bitter memories of a time when our nation was divided, its heroes spit ...
... a ball here but watch the luggage weight they charge unbelievable . Went to the Tavern Bar last night for dinner even had a glass of wine with my meatloaf and garlic mash and spinach, Dave had a steak of course. The food and the place were lovely. On. Of the better meals we have enjoyed.
tomorrow off to explore ...
... types of art, like a strange bike, people who play music, dancing, special cars... It's very attractive!
This week was the last week of English course, and Friday we had a party to celebrate our participation in the course and to award us our English certificate. The party was very memorable!!! We drank, ate, and enjoyed a lot!
This weekend, I went to a circus with my host family! It was just so amazing! There were clowns, acrobatics, and animals shows! I ...
... saw Bats, Kola bears, a Polar Bear, Opossum, Three-banded Armadillo, chimpanzee and the grey squirrel. We saw camels, bobcats, flying squirrel, Risso's dolphin, leopard, hippopotamus, colobus monkey, red-necked Wallaby, Duck-billed platyus, three-toed sloth,jaguar, arctic fox and bison to name a few.
... just confused myself. The next day we caught a cab to Washington Union Station to catch our train to take us to New York. There's always plenty of cabs in Washington so I had no trouble hailing one down. We don't travel that light and our cases are pretty heavy so you can imagine my disappointment when the cab driver hops out of his car on a crutch leaving me to heave our cases into the boot. At least he opened my door for me as he could see I no longer had the strength to do it ...