Day 3- Red Skies and Arcades

It’s insane how the time differences between countries. We both woke up about 4 am and walked outside to sit in the cool air. Weirdly, there were people already traveling up the street toward the train station, even when it didn’t open until 6 am. Maybe they were getting their morning bike in? After fighting... Continue Reading →

Day 1, Part 2- Sixteen Miles

The Uber ride turned into a 50 minute drive; traffic in D.C. is insane. While I shouldn’t have been surprised, I was. But it was beautiful. The bridges, the sights in the distance… It was something that I don’t think I’ve ever seen before. I’ve never been a big city person, but man, I can... Continue Reading →

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