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... No! So back in Sparky is a new to us car top carrier that cannot be passed without 2 people to lift it sideways. This must be dealt with soon so life can continue as before.
Ted was right. A chair would not fit not even as far as to a FedEx office for shipping. We headed up the Road to a town called Blue Ball just to take a picture of the sign. The names of towns in this area are very suggestive. We then headed to the next naughty named town ...
... as The Declaration of Independence, The US Constitution and Bill of Rights. There was also bizarrely the original Magna Carta, something that probably should be stored closer to home. We went for a stroll in the early evening air to find somewhere for dinner. We had had storms predicted for the whole day from 8am until 11pm, but had barely had a drop all day. We found a place called Carmines, an Italian family ...
... a couple hours of walking we had checked off the Capitol building, Washington Memorial, Lincoln Memorial and the WWII memorial.
The weather turned suddenly so we headed back to Bruce to retire for the evening and do it all again the next day.
Day 2 in DC saw us exploring the National Archives where the Declaration of Independence, Bill ...
... could live here forever". The most eerie feeling was watching the eternal flame lit by Jackie Kennedy when she buried JFK that was still lit above her own grave, next to JFK's and two of their children's. While at Arlington, we caught the end of the service for the unknown soldier. A 21 gun salut began the ceremony, we heard it from JFK's gravesite. A brass band played Star-Spangled Banner and a laying of a wreath ended the ceremony. A ...
... you pay for a room, the less you get. The $90 budget motels we have stayed at have free wifi and continental breakfast included. This $280 place, while beautiful, includes nothing. No free wifi or breakfast.We took the ride through the the leafy outer suburbs including Georgetown, and went via the National Cathedral which is a stunning building. Then it was down embassy row to check out all the foreign embassies here in DC. Have ...