Etta Mae Inn Bed and Breakfast
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We made it to the airport! Luckily we had some extra time so we caught the US v Ghana game in Reston VA with Nols before heading to Dulles. When checking in the ticketing agent asked is how many bags we were checking and asked to weigh them. When we loaded up our FOUR suitcases he mentioned that we were traveling lite! At first I ...
... our train so of course, we found a caffe and Blaine was happy with his 3rd Americano. :-) The first train we popped on had no more seats so we were dragging our bags through it for awhile bumping into everyone :-) jumped off at the Zurich intercity station and went to find the #9 platform to Chur... Whew! Up and down stairs with these bags has been hard! Stay tuned for St Moritz!
... Capitol and the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is very grand and has a lot of history including the chairs used by some of the first justices. The Australian High Court would do well to emulate the sense of history that these types of exhibits give. The story of the first female judge is great and Sarah notes the she took 8 years out of the law to raise her 3 boys and during that time became involved in politics which eventually led to her appointment to the Supreme ...
... stay in Washington DC was filled with museums visits anyway, on the last day I had to visit some of them as well ;) Romana decided to take a day trip to Philadelphia, so I went by myself to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which is one of the two places in the US where the money is printed (the other one is in Texas). During off-season, meaning in winter, you don't need any tickets in advance, just queue in front of the entrance. The tour is for free and ...
... and memorials.
There are people in period costumes all over the property giving demonstrations of the industries, crafts, and customs of Washington's time.
A few miles down the road is another property ...