Chester Arthur House B & B at Logan Circle
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... favourites were the pandas crunching giant bamboo, the lions fighting over a metal barrel (beer keg?), baby black Andean Speckled bears playing high up in a tree, and the reptile house.
From the zoo we took the Metro to the Nationals Ball Park. It's amazing how many people rely on the transit to get to the sporting events. We noticed that both last night and today. When the Metro is packed ...
... as Collis didn't know how to get the directions up to write down, we stopped at a service station and swapped jobs! I spent the next few hours map navigating and constantly reminding Collis that she was drifting to the right and eventually we made it to a Walmart just outside of Baltimore. We aimed to pick up a few survival items, namely water, bread and jam. And did so, as well as a little other bits of shopping, I now own an extra pillow as I'm tired ...
... my stuff out of the dorm using the same code I was given initially, cooked myself dinner in the kitchen and collected my big luggage all without any questions. I also got them to call me a taxi which they had no problems doing. This was great for me otherwise I had a whole day in DC before a night train and nowhere to leave my gear...but does show security is not actually that amazing. Weather: 1-3 degrees felt hot initially but I foolishly wore less clothes ...
... than the last time I did this drive, all the trees had actual green leaves on them this time and it wasn't raining. When we got to Philly we had cheese steaks and wandered around looking at the liberty bell and the independence hall before laying out in the sun getting to know each other. The group is predominately Brits again with a kiwi, a sweed and me. Everyone had worked at camps over the summer so we swapped stories. Once ...
... and bra that I had washed yesterday when I arrived were still not dry, but I threw them on despite this fact, figuring that it was probably going to rain on me anyway.
And rain it did. I had decided that I wanted to go to the Museum of Natural History and the Air
and Space Museum, and while I was on my way there, the skies opened up and as predicted, it ended up not mattering that my shirt and bra were already wet. Go me for ...