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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 ...
... to find out about our trip before moving on to a bar. A metro ride away we went to an area called Adams Morgan and bar called Madam Organs, quirky roof top place with a live jazz band. After a few drinks there we headed to DuPont to another place. Anya's friend introduced us to a US beer, Blue Moon, quite nice! We decided to call it an early night and headed home, stopping at the take away for Anya to refuel on the biggest pizza slice I've ever seen! Day 1 done, ...
... reflective) before heading to another memorial, the name of which escapes me.
He gave us a really informative talk and showed us where the Watergate scandal stuff went down, in addition to where famous historical events occurred. We also checked out the Einstein statue. We capped the night off with a drink at the same bar we went to previously, before dropping Caroline back at her hostel and heading home to bed.
I'll be back D.C. you are ...
... in the matching shirts were all born around the year 2000 and that the Vietnam War was not a part of their parents' generation and therefore somehow more distant. I walked on up to the Lincoln Memorial and arrived in time to hear the park ranger give a really good talk on the Memorial and its history. At the end I hung around and listened to a few extra questions and ended up talking with a guy who ended up being from Long Beach. We walked all the way ...