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... was so hot. It was a nice fountain, it had the names of all the states across the wall and was quite pretty with the backdrop of the Lincoln memorial which we were about to visit. We walked very slowly to the Lincoln memorial because it was just so hot. I'm not normally too bad with heat but this was just so sticky! So we went past the reflecting pool which was nice, then went up the stairs to the Lincoln Memorial. At the top, inside was ...
... New York, the conductor advised us the best side to sit for views of the mighty Hudson River, which the train follows all the way from Albany. A hold up on the line caused us to be running a little late into NY, resulting in us having to make a quick (!) dash 8 blocks to the bus station, to catch the Greyhound on to Washington- not an easy feat on a Friday afternoon in NY, suitcases in tow. Finally the bus pulled into DC at 9.45pm after a long ...
... person and the frustration quickly disappeared as we realised we were not dealing with incompetence but stupidity. He asked Wills "Do you have the same months that we do here, like, do you have March?". It is extremely difficult to answer a question like that without sounding very condescending. He refunded our cab fare, upgraded the car and we were on our way.
... of the group need a restroom stop, this arranged and we stop at the Kennedy centre for the performing arts. Free restrooms and easy to park the bus, this turns into a bit of a tour as we walk in one door and exit another. Next it's onto the White House, we park in a side street and walk 200 yards and then it just appears in front of you, as you can imagine it is packed with people trying to get that perfect picture. Not sure if it's just ...
... Stonewall Jackson, even though we are getting so close to Washington and the northern states.
This KOA is very nice… big grassy sites amongst the trees and birds. There is a shuttle bus service into Washington. It will cost $13.50 each and take about an hour, but we figure it is worth it to save parking fees and the wear and tear on Bluwesty and her driver.
So, tomorrow into the capital of the free world. We’ll say Hi to Obama for you.