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... woman was driving a red FORD MUSTANG convertible...yes, on Russian TV !
I walked around a bit outside. This neighborhood in the new area felt sterile. Couldn't tell if people actually lived in those fancy buildings. I was surprised to see women doing sidewalk work. I was told later this would be considered easy work for women.
Met up with 8 person tour group. Oguz Han brought the people from the Altay mountains that started settlement here. The 8 ...
... reflective) before heading to another memorial, the name of which escapes me.
He gave us a really informative talk and showed us where the Watergate scandal stuff went down, in addition to where famous historical events occurred. We also checked out the Einstein statue. We capped the night off with a drink at the same bar we went to previously, before dropping Caroline back at her hostel and heading home to bed.
I'll be back D.C. you are ...
... degrees celsius, but HOT and humid after NYC). After that we walked around the Hirshorn Museum which had quite a good contemporary exhibition. Afterwards, we had a pizza and beer at Rustik Tavern. Really good pizzas. Then we headed back to the Boundary for more fried pickles and some deviled eggs. Both surprisingly good.
Next stop Charlotte NC.
... 35 we have the right to ask. BUT..... if that's the case then I am 10-15-20 years younger looking than what I am!!!! so.... super excited about that and made my day!! Andrew just shrugs! By the time we headed home (couldn't get a taxi and had to walk - very slowly as not good by this stage), got something to eat (lasagna in the microwave), had tea and hit the hay it was nearing Sunday! Despite the hiccups we had a great day ...
... with a host family in a neighborhood called Arangoiti. And my host family was actually just one host mom, Ines, who was better than anything I could have asked for. I learned so much from her and she was perfect for me because she helped me with my conversational Spanish and taught me how to successfully talk around things I don't have the vocabulary for. Also she was the sweetest person ever and I couldn't have felt luckier to have been placed ...