the WC; shit dresser; bathroom
U.S. presidential escape near Thurmont, Maryland, built 1939 as Hi-Catoctin, in reference to the name of the hills around it; called Shangri-La by F.D. Roosevelt, following the mythical hard-to-get-to land in the book "missing Horizon;" named Camp David by Eisenhower in 1953 for their grandson, created 1947. The Camp David Accords had been signed there Sept. 17, 1978.
a retreat toward northwest of Washington that is used by the president of the United States