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... anything. From there we went on to customs [not quite visible in the middle of the first photo posted below]. We only had to wait a couple minutes; the officer there approved the paperwork in seconds and we moved on. On the way to the next stop, I saw someone leaving with their brand-new bright orange Ferrari. We stopped again at the entrance to the portion of the ...
... attraction in Baltimore since 1982. Floating next to the Chesapeake is an old submarine called the USS Torsk. It was the last American naval vessel to sink an enemy warship in World War II. In 1944 the submarine was stationed in Pearl Harbor for World War II and made two war patrols off Japan during 1945. It's second trip off the Japanese coast the USS Torsk is credited with sinking three Japanese ships. During the Cold War the ship was used ...
... DC. Pennsylvania Ave leading up to the White House was closed because the president of some other country (don't know who yet) is staying at the Willard Hotel.
Tomorrow we have a tour of the Capitol Building thanks to our friend, George Price. We are super excited. No telling who we might see.
The last three days have been full so have not had time to blog. So will catch up today as we travel down the road. We left New York City area Fri morn & traveled to Trenton, NJ the capitol. We took a few pictures there then traveled onto Harrisburg the capitol of Pennsylvania. That was a really cool old downtown area. Then we went to Hershey, PA. From there we went onto Lancaster, ...
... moved the city to join the resistance to British taxes, and merchants signed agreements to not trade with Britain.On February 7, 1904, the Great Baltimore Fire destroyed over 1,500 buildings in 30 hours, leaving more than 70 blocks of the downtown area burned to the ground. The building where the current hotel stands was burnt down in this fire. It was rebuilt as the site of the B&O railway headquarters. In 2008 a renovation of the ...