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... to the Visitor’s Center and decided to take the 11:00 a.m.Ranger Talk tour of the battlefield. The volunteer guide was very detailed and interesting; however, the wind was so strong it was difficult to hear at times. His talk outlined the day of the battle, with a brief outline of the events leading up to the day (July 21, 1861) and how Presidents Lincoln and Jeff Davis amassed their armies, calling up volunteers from ...
... us to Manassas, as our plan would be to tour the battlefield tomorrow. Another long and winding road, but a bit better than the road between Appomattox and Monticello. We made it to the Hampton Inn by 7:25 (Josie called it on the dot!) and settled in.
A TGI Friday’s was conveniently located right next door, so we opted for that for our dinner spot. Josie was tired and a bit hungry (as Mac coined it, “Hangry”) but she agreed ...
... our way to and from using the Metro train system, so should be easy tomorrow. As we walked back to our hotel Wendy spots this Police Officer and asks for a photo with him. He is now Bill's long lost buddy - both served in their respective Navy's, so short stop turned into long stop. He also ran into us walking his beat while we were having dinner outside an Italian restaurant.He would like ...
... around, then there was a drop off at a sports bar, close to the hotel, but not really walking distance.
The sports bar was cool and we started watching the basketball playoffs. There was a bit of dancing going on, i had a few drinks, then decided to stop as i wanted to see and explore the
museums in the morning. By the time i got a taxi back to the hotel with a few others, the alcohol had worn off and so getting back to the hotel i went to bed.
... from the wall. They had different expressions on their faces (peace, hope, agony/dispair) and the statue was surrounded by 8 trees representing the 8 woman’s names which are on the wall (all were nurses who died in Vietnam).
The Lincoln memorial was very close. We walked in the pouring rain and promised to meet again after 20 minutes. Nicky and I hung out because he didn’t feel so good. We watched kids jumping in puddles and ...