BEST WESTERN Plus La Plata Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... we entered, and the staff was very friendly. They gave us a tour guide (booklet) which had a very nice map of every floor in it. There are six floors total, and the best way to make your way through the museum is to start on floor six and work your way down. Every floor contains 2-3 different exhibits, and some of them are always changing. My favorite exhibits were: the 9/11 exhibit, the presidents and their dogs exhibit, and the exhibit ...
... to get as much of the street as we possibly
could.. Our last stop was the landmark of
the street named "Madame's Organ" and had three floors of music.. of
all kinds and graffitis all over the walls. I guess the best way to sum it is
that... This street was a traveller's haven!
DC was everything I expected it to be but more importantly
it was everything I never expected it to be... Another wonderful lesson
learnt.. Talk to cabbies and expect the unexpected!
... and I slept. It was a while since we had a rest day and more driving is on the agenda from tomorrow as we head west (ish). The snail paced internet has also managed to catch up on uploading yesterday's photos.
Next is research for somewhere to eat tonight - not in the north east sector !
Programmed Tom to take us to a restaurant in NW -Foggy Bottom. Travel went well until he wanted us to turn left where we ...
... there, besides all the museums, and I could have walked around just the buildings all day had it not rained and had my feet not got tired.Our objective today was to see from the Lincoln Memorial at one end of the Mall to Capital Hill at the other end, and we decided to do it on Capital bikes. These are bikes that you can hire for a set fee (DC was $7, then you paid for however long you had them, after the first half an hour. Mikayla had worked out that if we hired ...
... My goodness, First World dilemmas hey.
I could not believe our good luck for once...Tim, who always likes to live by the skin of his teeth when it comes to time-keeping, excelled himself today. 'We' forgot to call the coach company to confirm our reservation to DC, so he decided we should just pitch up at the travel office at 7am (as soon as it opened) to see if we could wing it. We did. Just. By literally seconds.
Our tour guide Eddie spoke both ...