Etta Mae Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Today we were on the road early again heading for a few days in Washington, D.C. Got on the bus early so I could get front row seat so I weren't sweating like the day before. You get a good view out the front windows too. We we're stopping off at a place called Richmond Virginia for lunch. Before that we went down a road called monument avenue that had statues of members of the confederate army from that town. ...
... Emily making sure that the butterflies wouldn't hurt anyone. Of course she was reassured by grandpa that they were safe.
After the butterfly house we went to grandpa's house where dad napped and Emily, mom and grandpa hung out. Dad and his sister had helped grandpa get his house clean and organized and dad was glad to show Emily where he grew up.
We then went to the train station to complete ...
... moments of uncertainty we can't know what to do or how to act - we can only be. It is an amazing sensation, to not feel the restraints of outside expectations or insecurities, and to just be in a moment and connect with ourselves and our experience. I felt it at St. Mary's, I feel it when I go back to Oxford, and I see it in the faces of my students as they leave what has been (so far) a rather pre-determined existence and begin to wander through ...
The state dining room seats about 140 people for a big event. The mantlepiece in that room was renovated by Teddy Roosevelt who felt that the lions on the ends were not suitable as signs of American strength and had them replaced with bison. There was a great story about the prayer that is engraved in that mantlepiece: it is apparently the last paragraph of a that John Adams wrote ...
... We visited (OK, viewed) the White House, and the Washington Monument, taking photos with a gorgeous sky behind them. It was a lovely start to our time in DC.
The Hard Rock Cafe was just near our hotel - the pulled pork burger tasted pretty good after all the walking we had done. We got talking to the manager, Chris - really nice guy.
For the first time, I made 30,000 steps!!!