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... truck in the left lane at Milepost 55.6.
After clearing the collision scene (delay of 41 minutes), we sailed along the rest of the way. Entered Delaware at 1:12 and made a rest stop at Delaware House along Interstate 95 at 1:24. Departed again at 1:39, entered Maryland at 1:45, went through the I-895 Baltimore tunnel at 2:34, and then exited south onto I-97 at 2:42 for the unusual way into Washington.
... 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 ...
Headed out at 8.00 am, the bed and hotel is really very nice, I love the pictures on the walls they are very Peter Dombrovsky like. All day we will be in the Arlington National Cemetery. The weather is warm and overcast. First stop is the JFK memorial where we met our dedicated guide for the morning. The first thing that struck me was how beautifully maintained the grounds of Arlington cemetery were. The grounds were lush green and manicured and the huge paddocks of white ...
... Washington becomes heavily trafficked.
Our first stop was Arrington National Cemetery. Is there any other singular place in the US that summarizes our political and military history with such emotion? Arrington was once a plantation owned by Robert E. Lee and his wife. The plantation was confiscated by the Union when Lee joined the Confederacy, and was used as a cemetery for the many Union dead.
Next on to our hotel, the Hilton Capital, two ...
... isn’t a problem for me. The problem is when I speak. In my head, words arrive quickly and building a sentence is easy. But, when I start to speak, it’s another thing. I succeed to be understood either by simple words or by a long explanation.
It’s for this reason I decided to try an English conversation group which is every Thursday at 7 pm. I had to walk another 20 minutes in addition to the ...
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