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... mini rapids happening and the river is flowing quite quickly. The back drop is the greenery of the trees around us and the foreground is the rocks on the shore. We follow the path down and at one point we head down to get a closer look at the river. Now we didn't know we were going to be doing this kind of walking so we weren't wearing our hiking shoes. I stop at a point cause I don't trust my clumsy feet getting down any further. My beloved takes off his flip flops and heads down to ...
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fireworks smily faces, hearts, stars
mas of humanity funneled to closed station. Walked all over eternity and finally swqueezed onto the farragut west orange line.
caught last shuttle from hotel, God bless the driver and his Matatu
hoofed it to CVS and got 2 bottles of wine, watched ruin porn of Detroit as Anthony Bourdain visited there. Wife fell asleep to her white noise machine.
... friendly people (e.g. lady on our first metro ride offered me her seat due to our large bags).
So I guess here is a good point to sum up our time in the US of A as we are leaving now to head to Canada. I have had a great time, made greater by having my own personal tour guide (Jenny) although I did sack her a few times but she kept coming back! Haha. Boston was our first port of call and it was both our first time to visit. Jenny the tour guide came ...
... a surprise - after the absolutely huge monuments to George Washington throughout the city, we expected his estate mansion to be quite spectacular - the brief glimpses you see of it in movies like Pelican Brief and National Treasure II also support this. In reality his house (they call it a mansion) was quite simple. Beautiful views of ...
... First stop was to Ford's Theatre in order to pick up some tour tickets. Ford's theatre is the place where Abraham Lincoln was shot; it's still a working theatre, but they have the Presidential box sealed off in Lincoln's honour. We got tickets for 9am, and were surprised to find ourselves the youngest and only non-Americans of the tour group. The tour wasn't guided; instead we were sent down to a really cool museum with exhibits and videos about Lincoln, ...