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... the Supreme Court (http://www.supremecourt.gov/), the National Aquarium in Baltimore (http://www.aqua.org/), and the JFK Perfoming Arts Center (http://www.kennedy-center.org/index.cf m). We had an invitation to the White House (http://www.whitehouse.gov/), ...
... Will need to check how far off we were. We took a detour to Chesapeake City in Maryland and what a cute little town. Very pictureseque and historic. If was also nice to see water! It was great to stretch our legs for a little while. We kept going and headed across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to get across to Annapolis. Did you know that it is supposed to be one of the scariest bridges to cross? Apparently the length, narrowness and height freak many out. We think its because you can ...
... line’ train to our final stop. All good until the train refused to start up again at one of the stops. We were all herded off the train, and after some confusion, directed to the platform on the other side where we resumed our journey. A very good metro system, reminiscent of the one in Barcelona that we were so impressed with.
Once at our station, Dupont Circle, we were confronted with the steepest, longest escalator that I think I’ve seen. ...
... war. They represented just a fraction of the shoes which were collected from the Jewish people,
From there we jumped back on our wonderful Hop on Hop Off bus and headed out to ??.?walked the bay to memorials for World War Two and the Korean War and then walked around to Lincoln Memorial. They sure know how to make impressive statements these Americans. Bigger than, more marble than, shinier than!!!! I said New Zealand was like Tassie on steroids. ...
... to their home.
Friday night, I met Emily and six of her Academy friends in Downtown Annapolis for dinner before attending a concert. The company was grand and the meal was delicious! And we even enjoyed ice cream before heading to the Zac Brown Band concert.
Emily had military duties Saturday until early evening. She received liberty just before dinner, so we changed clothes and drove out of ...