BEST WESTERN Fairfax
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Today I returned to the wealthiest county of the US, Fairfax, Virginia. I was better prepared for the hurricane weather today and managed to arrive in Court just in time for the 9 a.m. docket (what we call a list).
I watched the 9-10 a.m. criminal list of motions. Most were utterly pointless hearings that could have been done administratively. Interesting one was a "furlough" application - an application for temporary leave from prison to attend a funeral. ...
... in front of other witnesses. A big no no in the UK.
The lawyers in the case I had been observing then approached me and asked who I was- they heard my accent and said "are you Rebecca or Clara?!" I said Rebecca- how do you know? Oh we have all had emails about you and seen your resume, we are so excited to have the Pegasus scholars, we can't wait to host you at our Inn meeting (late on in the month). They literally think we are ...
Today is a day of travel, first from the hotel in Charlotte to the airport and then from Charlotte to Washington DC. With the exception of a super long airport security line, this first leg passed quickly and for the first time on my trip, I had no problems! Shout out to my dad for having a really great flight app on his iPad that made things much easier! I had a 1 hour and ...
... a photo so walked onto a lawn to get a better shot and was promptly shooed away by a Secret Service Lady so got onto the footpath , wasn't going to argue with anyone with a gun!!! We made our way down to the start of what they call the Mall which is bloody long walk with all the monuments and museums either side to it. All the monuments and reflection pool are very impressive , however the Albert Enstein was small but notable. We learnt that just before the start of WW2 ...
... about 86 hours.
We traveled for 23 days, which means we drove an average of 226 miles (364 km) per day. Pecos, TX to Austin, TX was, with 395 miles (636 km), the longest drive, and our sightseeing day in New Orleans, with 0 miles driven, the shortest.
Along the way, we purchased 157.619 gallons (596.65 ...