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- Free parking
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After a rather stressful morning having discovered our lease car has been written off while we've been away (cue rage and frustration at not being able to talk to anyone about it) we headed out to the American History Museum. We stayed mainly on the 3rd floor which houses the displays on the civil war, War of Independance and America's role in wars ever since. It was ...
... really informative. We could've spent an entire day there & didn't get to see everything. Both the Gallery & Museum were free entry. Returned to Jaleo for dinner which was even better than the Mexican tapas the previous night. Dinner was fantastic & desert was delicious! Only complaint was that the waitress was looking after too many tables & it took too long to get her attention to order another beer. Was one of the most expensive meals we have had but was worth it as ...
... thrown into the cabins. My gosh can my two ladies pack cloths.
We also brought the boat out for the first time under power to test the engines, generator, fridges and freezers, and some of the electronics that we couldn’t when it was on the hard. Most importantly- I managed to take her off the dock and return her without incident. All systems worked. This ...
... and memorials for Vietnam and Korean wars. From a high point in the cemetery, we also got to view the Pentagon, the Lincoln memorial and the currently under reconstruction Washington memorial. After a 2-hour walk around the cemetery, we returned back to Lola looking like a pair of drowned cats. That evening Jim & Nancy kindly treated us to Ethiopian for dinner (which was an great experience in itself) followed by a scenic drive through D.C. to check out ...
... to Yosemite or Yellowstone, and flown to the other side of the world to be told that the park was closed and no information was available - at least we're on the tail end of our fantastic trip in the US, and have seen so much already. As we traipsed around DC, trying to peek through barricades to see the sights, we were surrounded by crestfallen faces. We saw at least 4 school groups (huge sympathy for the poor teachers frantically trying to find new activities ...