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... and Erin is a special needs teacher. Bob and girlfriend Sheila flew in from Columbus, Ohio where Bob has been working as a crash test engineer at Honda and Sheila is a flight attendant but also aspiring dress designer. She is from Ghana.
My sister Mary's three kids were also there for the festivities, although eldest daughter Elizabeth had a migraine and wasn't seen much. Will is working 60 hrs a week as ...
... Natural History and National Gallery of Art. We could have jumped off to check out the Spy Museum and Ford's Theatre but we stayed on till we were at the White House. We wandered into the first eatery we could find on the corner of 15th St NW and E ST NW. The service was particularly slow but the food was good. While we waited we could see lots of people in a queue. We asked the waiter but he didn't know what they were queuing for. Then a couple of ...
Well today was another great day in the Capital. I have become quite fond of DC. Its clean and tidy, I love the stone everywhere. On buildings, on floors, on doorways, park benches are made out of it, its everywhere and in so many different forms and textures.
The people are so very friendly, and that's not just the tourists the workers have been very friendly too, very polite - excuse me! That is everyone except the bus ...
... free buses around town before we realised we had to start gettin a move on. We picked up our stuff and caught the local bus to the greyhound terminal. Things were in our favour and although i had scrounged through my wallet to get exact change in coins, it was free cuz the machine was broken.We got on our Greyhound to washington dc which was a pretty easy bus ride but we arrived pretty late. We walked from the terminal to ...
Up early to try and see the most of D.C. Walked up to the White House first to see it in daylight. Then round on to the mall. First stop was the World War 2 memorial, a huge fountain of cascading watt surrounded by a plinths of state names and the name of the battle grounds. Walking up past the reflection pond to the Lincoln Memorial next. An amazing memorial, with Lincoln in his helm in the marble chair looking straight ...