Aaron Shipman House Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... are not our friends. Unfortunately in cities that’s mostly what they have. As expected there was no traffic and we got into the city and parked really quick. The whole day was threatening rain and every once in awhile we got a few sprinkles on us but it managed to hold off which was very helpful considering we spent the next 4 hours walking around the National Mall. The first thing we spotted was the Capitol Building. Usually it is pretty beautiful but the whole dome part ...
... other parts the blocks were bigger as were the houses.
Just when we thought we would not find shops and programmed Tom to take us home, we happened upon commercial life. Found a few parking spots between cars but the signs did not indicate that it was legal to pack there. Seems like parking rules may be disobeyed like speed limits. However, we did not want to take the risk. Eventually found a spot where we had to pay for 1/2 hour until it was ...
... any difficulties. Igor had arranged a Capitol tour for us. We showed up early, passports and I.D.s in hand, at the Visitors' Center. After watching an introductory movie about the history of the Capitol building our guide, Adrian, gave us an interesting tour. Afterwards passes to the Senate were issued, and we spent almost an hour listening to speeches by two senators (from Iowa and Ohio, respectively). They spoke to an ...
... biggest chair I have ever seen chair. On both sides of The memorial are quotes by the man himself. On the ground floor there is a small exhibition which I didn't have enough time to visit, but from the little I did see, it was mainly about his struggle to end slavery. We then headed to the famous White House. Now you must have seen pictures of the White House on TV, in Newspapers etc. It looks quite grand and powerful right? Well it's ...
... but by a stroke of good fortune we found it was open
until 7:30pm. I plonked Sam into a borrowed wheelchair and we prowled the
corridors and chambers looking at all kinds of creatures and odd looking
minerals until I decided I needed a toilet break. I left Sam under her own
power and went in search of relief.
I returned to find that I lost Sam. Had she been kidnapped?
Had she decided to run off with the trolley ...