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Walking distance to a great restaurant precinct and the Smithsonians.
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When we have flown on long trips in the past, we find it difficult to obtain reasonably priced airfare from Charlottesville, our closest airport. Small airports generally translate into high fares. Further, this being a one way flight, adds significant cost to a ticket. The cost for a single, one way ticket from CHO to ATH is $3,210. Instead, we each paid $42 and 30,000 miles. We earned 60,000 miles by applying for a ...
When we left you last time, we were on our way to surprise Jens' friend, Ann John, who lives in a small town in Maryland. After pulling in the driveway, we heard the roar of a large lawnmower in the distance. Here comes Ann flying around the back of the house, and - yes - she was surprised but took it well. As a young college student in 1961, Ann had spent 6 weeks in Copenhagen staying with Jens' family, and they have ...
... next. Currently I'm driving back across the country with four of the greatest people I know and the ones i've missed the most this summer. My two amazing parents, my stupidly cute and supportive girlfriend, and my best friend (Mitch, my little brother). Perfect way to end Journey of Hope. Its time to say goodbye, but goodbyes are sad and I'd much rather say hello. Hello to a life of great memories that I can share with all of you and hello to the next ...
... where we decided to stop for lunch at a little refreshment stand. It was about here that we realised we weren't going to make it all the way to the Capitol today, so headed straight up to the Washington Monument before buying a snowcone each (I had two because I dropped the first, and yes it was my own fault for messing around...) and carrying on to the White House. So far, everything was really impressive, but the White House was maybe a little disappointing. All the ...
... very close to it unfortunately so it just has to be admired from a distance. Next was the Lincoln memorial which is very impressive. There was a great deal of marble and granite making up the temple like housing and the massive statue of President Lincoln seated on his chair. The memorial is directly in front of the reflection pond which is only a few inches deep, and we walked the length of the pond which ends at the world war 2 memorial. This consists of two large bronzes ...