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... Metro to Union Station where we'll get on the Amtrak Train to Orlando. It's going to be a 17hr 25min journey... I know right! We just love traveling!! It's a worthwhile sacrifice to see the world though. No internet available on the Amtrak unfortunately :( Craig is stoked. Stace and I, not so much... Will post pics from the museum when we in Orlando. Take care y'all and catch up with ya later! xoxo ...
... of the outlook and mentioned that he could 'stay there forever'. We decided not to bother to watch the Changing of the Guard at the tomb of the Unknown Warrior. It would have meant standing in the pouring rain to wait for it for 40 minutes and, let's be honest, once you've seen the best, why bother with the rest?! We passed the Pentagon on the tour bus and were warned that we could not take any photos as we could ...
We are in Washington DC on this 13th anniversary. Don't want to depress myself so we are not going to a ceremony. The view on the television is much better anyway. Such a sad day. Saw a great segment this morning on 'Brittany' .. The last remaining dog alive that helped search for victims on 911. Such a beautiful girl, she is 15 years ...
... amp; cheese croissant, cinnamon swirl (or 'roll' as I was corrected) & some OJ, we were on our way again. Am rather getting a liking for these 'American' breakfasts.
Our first proper stop was the Lincoln Memorial & it started to rain. Hard. Tim being such a resourceful chap, had read it was going to rain, so thankfully we remembered to take our coats. Feeling slightly depressed that my totally inappropriate new ballet pumps (some things will never ...
... and Eshaan for walking along on both days without too much complaints; we must have walked about 12-14 miles between the two days around the National Mall.
Excellent visit to DC and thanks to our friends Biju & Ruby for hosting us. We were even able to celebrate graduation for both their kids from HS to college and to middle to HS!
Off to Richmond, VA and Lexington, KY