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the Wayfont-family:"Times New Roman",serif"> – Instead of the direct route to Maryland
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 …
... our cornfields behind for a while I fear. Who knows what we will have next!
We crossed the Susquehanna River and we drove by Cal Ripkin Stadium, under Annapolis (yes, more dreaded tunnels), but there was light at the end of the tunnel! We arrive to more beautiful wooded landscape and the sounds of crickets and frogs at night.
Tomorrow we tour Washington DC!
... of the amazing monuments and statues of this city. Really, DC has so many of them and all the buildings look magnificent and royal. Well, in this part of town. Where my hostel is the houses are old and narrow and very pretty. I find this city to be very clean actually, compared to NY for sure, where black garbage bags are as common as the homeless guy peeing itself next to you in McDonalds.
From the bus ...
... to the Washington Monument and on to the WWII Monument and enter the area down there to watch Barrack Obama speak as mentioned earlier in this post.
It was a wet and overcast day, which will be evident in the pictures due to the volume of umbrellas, so we wandered out around 1300 and found a good spot near the Washington Monument, outside the secure area (to which there were big queues) and we could see the Lincoln Memorial but not hear the speakers. ...
... White House that I never even knew. While on the tour, the tour guide told us that in 1812, the British set fire to the White House and it had to be rebuilt by James Hoban. Also, that George Washington selected the place in which the White House was going to be. This was definitely one of my favorite tours yet. There were so many different facts about this place that I never knew were ...