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... down hill. The only thing I could think to do, was curl up in a ball on the shower floor and pray for the best as I thought I was about to rein-act a scene from taken. I then waited and listened... Silence. At which point, I realised the lights were times and that I am the biggest idiot. That night I saw the Washington monument, the Capitol building and the White House, all very exciting but I was exhausted so I went back to the hostel and slept. Saturday, Saturday was busy. I walked ...
... up a large city block. They have a lot of history so need a big place to store and display.
Stopped to look at a few shops closer to home - how do you like this jacket? I think it would go down well in NN Kingdom Hall!
Saturday: Helen and I today took the train to Alexandria, Virginia - called Old Town only 30 mins away on the train- mostly in the subway. So we have visited one more state than Brendan and Roni. Hah! A nice relaxing day. ...
... meal with plenty of laughter and storytelling. It truly was sad to have to put and end to it so that our visitors could get their train home.
Kim drove us back to our hotel, with her daughter navigating, an adventure on its own. Every time she cut someone off she yelled "Noo Joisey driver, out of the way".
In the end, we didn't see any of the musuems we wanted to see at the national mall, but it didn't matter, we spent a great day with some wonderful people.
... doing a lot of that lately!
Over the course of the week Marc takes me on a tour of D.C's monuments: Lincoln sitting proudly on his marble throne, countless war memorials and the White House before we check out a couple of the Smithsonian museums...I could easily spend a whole day in each! We visit the National Zoo: No baby pandas for us but we get to meet a delightful orang utan who insists on chewing up his food then regurgitating it all over the window ...
Set off for a leisurely trip on Amtrak from Penn station to Washington . NYC was hot but DC ,( get the jargon ? ) much hotter about 38 deg. & very humid We met our landlady after a bit of a wait a very nice apartment awaited us centrally placed and an easy walk to all the attractions . We walked down to the National Mall for a look at the capitol building , Washington memorial
Smithsonian from a distance ,then down to the ...