DC Tour

February 10, 2001 | Comments Off

It’s been a very long while since I’ve added an entry. I’m still up in DC. Recently, I took a tour of the capital by foot. It was a wonderful experience and if I get some time, I’ll put all the pictures I took up. I saw pretty much everything: Library of Congress, Supreme Court, Union station, Whitehouse, the Capitol building, Air and Space Museum, lots of other museums, Lincoln Memorial, Korean Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, and FDR Memorial. I also so plenty of building from the outside. Overall it was an excellent tour and a fabulous couple of days.

I’ve also been working a lot, and that consumes the majority of my time. What else has happened since the last entry? I went home for Thanksgiving, then headed directly out west for an IM conference in Santa Clara, CA. Then came Christmas; I went home for a few days but was by myself for the most part except for New Years, when we had a nice big BBQ and had about 14 people over including Vlad, Katie and lots of my family. Then I headed back up to DC. I don’t think I’ve been home since. I meant to go to Argentina this month, but it’s not going to happen. However, I will almost definitely end up going in early April. I have a friend getting married in Guatemala on March 31st, so I will go to his wedding and swing down by Argentina for a week or two. I think that’s it for now.

I also rearranged the main page so it’s less cluttered. Here are links to the 1999 and 2000 articles. This should keep things a little tidier.

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