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... Josh. We tried to get it changed but no use they'd already overbooked the plane. One of their suggestions was to have us ask people on the plane if they would mind swapping with us! I thought that was odd seri gs they are so security conscience, you would think they would want to know who is sitting in what seat. Great start to our first "internal flight". Anyway we grabbed something to eat for dinner at the airport and waited to board. Each ticker had a ...
... a guided group tour of the campus while my mother
waited in the visitor center. The Academy’s campus and especially its chapel are
lovely. My father struggled to keep up with the rest of the group on the tour,
probably the first time I noticed his significant physical decline. Up until
then he had been taking walsk around his neighborhood quite regularly and could
generally keep up on foot.
... and didn't move for almost 3 hours. During that time the kids went to a souvenir shop and the Holocaust museum. I am sad I missed out, especially on the museum, but I wouldn't have enjoyed it much with a headache anyways... I asked Mia to write a bit for the blog about both of those experiences. Here is her story:
As we all very well know, souvenirs can be crazy expensive. Today we visited a souvenir shop with crazy benefits for the ...
... ground tour back past the monuments and past the world famous white house!! one thing i will say about the white house is that it is alot smaller in real life than in films and pictures! There is also a doorbell you can press, it most likely wont work but you can still press it if you wish!
Second stop of the day was the National Air and space museum, i find all things that fly quite interesting, although being on a plane scares me somewhat!, so i found this ...
... the hop on-hop off bus and Bill had worked out what monuments, museums, etc that we wanted to see (and for me to take photos of) and also worked out which coloured bus we needed and also to change from one colour to another as different coloured buses go to different areas of Washington - what and absolute legend he is and I am so glad he is on my team, I would be lost (literally) without this most wonderful man and you should feel privileged to call him ...