We have done so much and so little in the last few days it seems like a week has gone by just in the last two days. Aaron and I worked on our tans for a few hours, well I worked on my tan…Aaron worked on getting burnt. When Mike was able to astray from work we trucked over to JTC and the famous site of Modevia, their webhosting company.
After stuffing our faces with yummy nonauthentic Mexican food we headed for the Metro. Talk about a clean train system, I was much impressed over its cleanliness over the Boston Train System.Â We didn’t arrive there till after 3 but we managed to cover so much ground and of course their are pictures to prove.
Wanting to get out of the sun for a few minutes and settle our dehydration we very quickly decided to hop into a bar. Now Im not sure if I believe in fate but something brought us to this bar for a reason. We had just planned on having one drink and very quickly that turned into an appetizer and more drinks. Im not sure how it all started but we started talking to a girl whom was sitting by us Sibu was from the Greater Boston area and was such a character. Tony from Pennsylvania joined the conversation midevening and quickly became one with our "corner of the bar" group. We had such great conversation..nothing of which had any meaning whatsoever but none the less it was a very eventful enjoyable evening.
The night ended as all nights should, Mike broke his sandal at the bar and honestly I dont think I’ve seen anything as funy as that before. I took way too much video footage because it was just so damn funny I couldnt help myself. He had to gimp around D.C. with a broken sandal because he needed it to get on the metro. We made it back, broken sandal and all. By the time we finally hit Manassas and did what all people do after leaving the bars, hit up the Taco Bell.
We Lounged around the pool for a few hours in the morning and headed back into D.C. to finish seeing what we missed the day before. Arriving late afernoon we again hit up many more interesting sites. Nothing makes you feel more patriotic than breating down glass of the Magna Carta, Constitution, Decleration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights. The rest of our stops areÂ all documented by photographs so please do look.
Day 7 ended with a feast of 4lbs of crab legs and baked potatoes prepared by your very own, me.