Downtown Washington Hostel
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good place to stay. Nice people, good hosts. The hostel is near the union station. A supermarkt is 0.5 Mi on the left site.
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... amp; cheese croissant, cinnamon swirl (or 'roll' as I was corrected) & some OJ, we were on our way again. Am rather getting a liking for these 'American' breakfasts.
Our first proper stop was the Lincoln Memorial & it started to rain. Hard. Tim being such a resourceful chap, had read it was going to rain, so thankfully we remembered to take our coats. Feeling slightly depressed that my totally inappropriate new ballet pumps (some things will never ...
... to be the hub of American legislature and judiciary proceedings. Thrilling for you all I know!! Here we not only encountered the most annoying tour guide in existence outside the Capitol building but also admired the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court. With Abbie sufficiently bored of the impromptu history lesson of American court cases we moved onto something far more appealing; the Washington Botanic gardens. Here we goggled at the vast array of ...
... of taking us out. From there the walk took us on to the Washington Monument (massive phallic symbol) and then to the WWII, Vietnam and Korean War memorials. The WWII one was favourite, I liked the architecture and I think it was the most tasteful. There were lots of vets there too paying their respects. One thing America has right over the UK is the esteem in which their armed forces and veterans are held. It was then on to the ...
... giving is a 2-hour layover for our next leg to Midland, TX. Once we land in Midland, we then have a 4-hour drive through the Texas Permian Basin to the ghost town of Terlingua. We will probably stop along the way to gather lunch foods and such for our hikes so a Walmart is in the plan - yippee! That's all for now! Keep your fingers crossed that our travels get us to Midland today. Things are looking ...
... a video if your interested in seeing what I saw, and maybe you will feel it too. Anyway I better finish up as lights start going out soon, and rummaging in the dark looking for your jim jams is no fun at all... Oh and I'm really excited too because tomorrow, on the recommendation of Mike (thank you), I am off on a ten hour train ride to Charleston (east coast) - not only am I going on a big big train for a long time but I get to go to the seaside too... Love x x ...