Commodore Joshua Barney House Bed & Breakfast
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Today we are doing a hop-on-hop-off trolley tour of Washington. The one site we all want to visit is the Arlington National Military Cemetery. The cemetery was established during the Civil War in the grounds of Arlington House and has been the burial place for those killed in the nation's conflicts as well as those reinterred from earlier wars prior to the Civil War. We get off the bus at the Lincoln Memorial and transfer to ...
Having got in from a night of partying early this morning I was slightly delicate to say the least. I really fancied a chill day and to catch up with friends and family back home. I had the best lay in ever since being on tour. Having early bus mornings & late nights your not really sleeping much lol. So today's diary isn't full of sight seeing unfortunately! I didn't leave my hotel room till around 3pm when Bec got back and I experienced a American nail ...
... Grandpa Tom had rented a car with a child safety seat so he took us to the hotel, stopping to get diapers on the way. I think that was the latest Emily had ever been up.
After we got settled in the hotel dad and Grandpa Tom went to do some car shuffling so we would both have cars at our disposal. Then dad went to visit an old friend, Jeff, and it was nice to catch up a bit.
... life I can remember feeling perfect, complete peace, and I am so thankful now that I didn't have a cellphone back then that might have gone off and ruined it. But it's not fair to put the blame totally on technology. WE are our own worst distractions, when we grow complacent, or busy, or stressed, or selfish, and miss out on beautiful moments and people around us.
And to be honest, what are we doing here if not experiencing things ...
... there, you go through some historical rooms on the first floor--Library, China Room, and the Vermeil Room. These rooms are not in use any more (except the Secret Service agent told me that the Library is sometimes used for media events); they are kept for historical interest for the tourists. Upstairs, however, you get to see some of the State Rooms, which are used on a regular basis--200 times a year, ...