Aunt Beas Little White House B&B
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... a short but great visit with him.
The train ride went well, no delays. Emily met another little girl on the train who did a dance for her. The girl also taught Emily how to properly shake hands when meeting someone.
Emily fell asleep on the ride home from the train station and was like a wet noodle when mom took her upstairs to bed. It was a fitting and sweet end to a great family trip.
... and we even had butterflies settle on us. Next was the Smithsonian Air and Space museum with real displays of everything airborne including space gear. The exhibits were excellent with sections that allowed experimentation with air pressure, wing shape etc. At about 6.30, we had had enough and walked a block to the nearest Metro Underground rail station. We were able to navigate to the right platform and train for the yellow line ...
... to the American History museum to finish it off, then went back to the Library of Congress.... Michelle you are listed on their database 5 times! Such a gorgeous building. Loved it in there.
Currently on a train to the airport, we are seriously useless at public transport. We got a Marc train instead of an Amtrak. Amtrak is a lot faster, has wifi and doesn't stop every 30 seconds. Amtrak has signs to tell us where we are. Marc has none of these things.....!!!!
... wrong gate, having read 16 as 18. So we moved down there and she went to talk to the agent about her bags. When they checked they said the problem was with how Expedia had booked her flights making them appear to be separate tickets. She is flying through Frankfurt, then Calgary and on to Seattle. They told her that her options were to call lost and found at Frankfurt when she got home or go get her bag and go back through security ...
... a different quarry when it recommenced construction. Initially when the monument was completed the stone was the same color, however over time the forces of nature have impacted the stone and it has worn differently.
After the monument we wandered down to the World War II Memorial. I was really quite surprised how moving this was. Today there was a tour of people who had served in the War so there was a lot of families there taking photos ...