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So the last couple of days have been spent chilling out. On Sunday, despite drinking rather a lot in Baltimore, we don't feel too bad, just a little jaded. We have a late breakfast and head back to D.C. It was great to have a girlie night out and we decide to all meet up again on my way back thru the states after my trip. On Monday the sun is shining and as it is Columbus Day , PJ has the day off and we head into Annapolis for the day. A late start as it is not ...
... We passed the Washington monument and the WW2 monument, and walked along the Reflecting Pool towards the Lincoln Monument, which was, of course, cordoned off entirely so that nobody could get near the steps. The Reflecting Pool was really beautiful, so at least we were able to enjoy that. We briefly considered reenacting the part in Forrest Gump when Jenny runs through the water, but given the grouchiness of the police everywhere, we thought we'd probably have ...
... KOA RV Park Washington DC (or so it said), according to our maps we are still in Maryland. Cost us an arm and a leg to stay here for the night. Their reasoning for such high tariffs is because of the location. What a load of horse ****. Robbing *******s.
We did spend a night in the carpark at Walmart (cause it's free!) because we couldn't find an RV park anywhere. It's that 'seasonal' thing again.. We had a great night at Walmart carpark. ...
... br> guide in the army. She now studies political science and history at
Hebrew University in Jerusalem. “One guide cannot be the whole Israeli
narrative, and one guide cannot be the whole Palestinian narrative,” she
said, explaining how the groups meet dozens of representatives from
both worlds, something she had never done in her own youth. “People
leave the tour very confused, and not pro-Israeli or pro-Palestinian, ...
... and saw the memorial there. I had never made it to this memorial until now because it was a little out of the way last time and I just couldn’t get there, so this time I was happy I made it there. The train stations here are also the cleanest I have ever seen, all of them are underground and just really nice to wait in so I always enjoy talking the subway when I am here.
The Pentagon was a lovely place to visit. There was the Pentagon itself ...
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