Meridian Manor Bed and Breakfast
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Yesterday was another day of travelling, from New York to Washington D.C., but was very crowded due to the fact that it was the Sunday before people went back to school or work. Arriving late last night, due an hour delay, we settled in then did a large load of washing before bed. The morning was spent at a local convenience store buying food for the next two days, given that our hotel room has a ...
... an exxxxxxxremely rude woman at the train station however I am a firm believer in karma so that ***** will get it in the neck at some point. Getting off the train at Penn was ok but once we got upstairs, the **** fight began. So the process is that everyone stands around watching a giant board with trains listed but no track number. Then 10 - 15 minutes before the train is due to depart, they post the platform & everyone goes nuts & heads for a single escalator. ...
... hungry by 7.30am, in the other hostels it is very quiet and contemplative time – I was not ready for the noise and madness of Washington. I never utilised the common room in this hostel as it was full of kids playing games. One night they were playing in the hallway, luckily they got told to return to their rooms, but this is the kind of in-your-face behaviour I was not happy to be surrounded by.
There were also families ...
... picked up a piece of ice and tried to chuck into into the water. But it was frozen over and smashed into millions of tiny shards. It was a rather cool sight.
We came up to the Jefferson Memorial which is a monument to Thomas Jefferson the 3rd American President. He was a founding father and the principle author of the Declaration of Independence and a large statue of him is found inside the memorial.
We could have gone into an exhibition ...
... Institute's Museum of American History.....or rather a very well stocked and comfortably airconditioned bistro. After recovering we had a walk through various exhibits like the First Ladies' official dresses throughout history and a complete two storey New England house, War relics and Presidential items like the top hat Lincoln was wearing when he was shot.
We then called a day and walked the 5000 miles back to our apartment.