William Lewis House
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Today was always going to be like our day in New York. So much to see and so little time to see it in.
Jeff dropped Janene and I at Pennsylvania Railway station in downtown Baltimore and we jumped aboard a train headed for Washington. It was a pretty quick trip in of about an hour and the train was very nice and very comfortable. At one stage, we saw 3 wild deer running alongside the train just after we left a station but we left them behind as the train flew towards Union Station ...
... money and had to come back empty handed. I volunteered to go to get a break from the baseball boredom.
We ate in a lovely restaurant near our hotel on our last night, I had some strange ravioli with beetroot inside. I really liked Boston, it is ...
The first sight our group visited was the Vietnam Memorial. I felt so touched by seeing the Honor Flight veterans honoring their once friends and companions, now fallen soldiers at the wall. I had an incredible opportunity of greeting a veteran; and the subject of my brother, a marine currently at war, came up. Of any person I've ever talked to about the hardships that come along with my brother's sacrifice for this country, I have never met ...
... I don't know what the problem was. We get delayed more than that sometimes on the highway. Those two ladies were the only ones who actually missed the train while we were watching, but we saw an awful lot of running!
While we waited, Julia fed a pigeon Wheat Thins. When joshed about it, she reminded us of the fortune from Tim's fortune cookie last night: if you constantly give, you ...
... explore past space shuttles and see the real Apollo 11 capsule that returned to Earth after landing on the moon.
After the museum, it was the build up to the one thing that goes hand in hand with the name Washington D.C. and Barrack Obama. Yep, the White House. And what a day to see it. It was decked out with the flags and snipers on the roof and all. Grant Clarke claimed that it was for our benefit and that he had been invited by Obama for tea. And despite the best ...