Taft Bridge Inn
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... exhausting day. We managed to fill our camera's and save a little bit of energy for dinner that evening. We dined at Art & Soul where Oprah Winfrey's previous chef managed to fulfill Nicole's dream of 5 star fried chicken. Our server was delightful and I even managed to find a delicious vegetarian dish of cornmeal fritter and vegetables. With dinner over we crawled into bed ready for our next days adventure - a bus ride to NYC. ...
... fact, there is so much vegetation that it is nearly possible to pass towns and cities with no evidence of civilisation. However, there are some cities that we do want to visit, and often because they are the well known names. After visiting New York our next destination was Philadelphia. What did I know about Philadelphia previously? Very little really other than it was in Pennsylvania (and to me Pennsylvania meant Amish) and was big. We had been in Pennsylvania ...
So now to unpack my bike and ring Justin - only to discover that the bike key and my phone were now locked inside the main house. A kindly minister who was outside the church next door popped over to a neighbourhood friend of Jodie's (Brenda) who called Justin and Jodie to let them know of my plight. Well - Justin arrived minutes later and we had a pleasant talk about motorcycles, travelling etc.
After unpacking and a ...
... he means. Looked like I was going to be on deleting duty. When it came to paying our tab which was called O'Brien-Sullys, we had to tip, he was an Irish man after all! It was a short amount of time in the capital but we managed to get everything done, minus the Pentagon building, although to get the best view of this it would have to be from up top. We had a remarkable time and enjoyed our political history lesson but we had another destination on our list to go to! Our greyhound bus awaited ...
... It was completely silent everywhere with the only noise coming from the commanding officer bellowing his orders, the click of the heels coming together of the guards boots as they made their precision turns and the rifles that they swung around to the different positions. It was incredible to see. The guards at the tomb are from the 3rd US Infantry Regiment and are traditionally known as "The Old Guard". It is the oldest active-duty infantry unit in the Army, serving since 1784.