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May 3 and 4: Day 28 and 29. Charlottesville, Virginia
Yesterday was a pleasant, though not very eventful departure from Galax, with a 2 or 3 hour drive northward on the Blue Mountain Parkway. This narrow winding road is a dedicated parkway with no commercial traffic, and follows the northward ridge for hundreds of miles, skirting above any …
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we decided to experience one of the "Seven Wonders of the Engineering
World." Heading north of Norfolk along Hwy 13 to Virginia's Eastern Shore
(the largest barrier island on the …
... well planned and thought out. Its laid out in order of the victims age at their time of death, and depending on how they died i.e. if they were on the United plane that crashed into the Pentagon or working in the Pentagon itself. Each victim had a monument to represent them and any relatives who also died had their names engraved.
- US Capitol: pretty impressive compared to our Parliament House.
- Old Post Office: 360 degree view of DC from the Tower. ...
... still didn't have equal rights where racial segregation was legal and widely practiced. This meant segregated schooling, limited (if any) jobs and poverty. In 1960 enough became enough. A rally of over 200,000 from across the nation marched into Washington DC, to the Lincoln memorial and the Reflecting Pool. Many freedom speeches were given by different leaders and party heads, including that famous "I have a dream" speech. I've been rambling on a bit about this but even after ...
... checked out they do not like you hanging around. I set off pretty much straight away to hit up the museums. Washington DC incidentally is more like Washington, DC. The 'DC' just denotes the state; the District of Columbia. The main touristy part of the city is called The Mall. It is a rough mile long strip of land with the US Capital building on one end and the Lincoln Memorial on the other. The hostel (and union station) are up over the ...