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... think, is a small but a very imposing building. We did not meet the Obamas somehow they must have word of the Therileys visit.
We could feel it was time we went for beers, grilled cheese sandwiches and pate. Only in Washington would you get that combination I here you say. Meg and James were amazed with our day in Washington, as well as worn out on the hottest day of our holiday.
Even Jane said it was too hot we headed of to ...
... bit. Arriving in Annapolis we found that our hotel is magnificent! The Westin is on the outskirts of town in a fairly new development, that has a free bus service. We are off to see the town this evening and grab a meal somewhere along the waterfront.
There was also a band playing soul and blues in the main square, they had a large crowd dancing around them and we stayed to the end.
An unexpectedly great ...
27th April : left hotel at 9.30. Walked about 2 1/2 km and caught the 'up town' loop hop on hop off bus. We passed the Lincoln Centre, Museum of Natural History, Cathedral of St John The Divine, We went past the Columbian University campus. We passed the Dakota Building near Central Park where John Lennon and Yoko Ono lived and where he was assassinated. Yoko Ono is in her eighties and still lives there. We went through the Haarlem area which is known for its jazz ...
... her friend Cindy we found there was only a 10k, and it didn't have a map, only instructions, so it seemed just too complicated to try to modify it for our needs. Here once again a marvelous volunteer stepped in and provided us with great maps and advice, and we set off to see the sights of this historic port town.
Here Cindy joins in the storytelling fun at the Alex Haley memorial--at first I wondered ...
... of DC for me; it was hauntingly beautiful.
Our next stop was the White House. One couldn’t possibly go to Washington DC without seeing the one and only White House. Which is actually a lot smaller than expected. I would go so far as to say it was a bit of a letdown. But that didn’t stop me getting a photo in front of it.
We ended up in one of those typical tourist souvenir shops where we got a group photo in the 'white house’ and ...