BEST WESTERN Plus La Plata Inn
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Decided as it was a cooler day that so would do a walking tour of the Memorials we hadn't seen. Went to WW2, Vietnam Veterans, Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, etc. Took about 3 hours all up. We were both exhausted afterward and went back to the Hotel to put our tired feet up for a while. Then went to get some sox for Greg, some groceries and some beer. Then home again for the rest of the ...
... the seeing a shark, one of the divers getting stung by a stingray, getting caught in a thunderstorm, the US Coast guard coming to our rescue, Lauren dropping her snorkel, jake dropping his snorkel, seeing a waterspout, and having an amazing time. We then drove about 80 miles on probably the most beautiful stretch of road that we had ever seen. 7 mile bridge was incredible as was each of the 30 Keys that we saw on the way down. Once we hit Key West, we had ...
... but by a stroke of good fortune we found it was open
until 7:30pm. I plonked Sam into a borrowed wheelchair and we prowled the
corridors and chambers looking at all kinds of creatures and odd looking
minerals until I decided I needed a toilet break. I left Sam under her own
power and went in search of relief.
I returned to find that I lost Sam. Had she been kidnapped?
Had she decided to run off with the trolley ...
... next hour wandering around looking for one of those frozen yogurt shops and wondering why so many people sit in D.C. traffic. I later met up with some fellow Sun King people in Dupont Circle who happen to be in town for a beer event. Veggie tacos, a beer, some lava cake, and some small talk with a Kentucky alum (yeah...I know) rounded off my day.
More to see tomorrow. I will try to be better with the pictures. ...
... we went back to 14th St and walked all the way down to the White House, the National Mall and the Capitol Building. Here we were able to see all the cherry blossoms and magnolias out in bloom which are planted all throughout Washington and make for a beautiful sight. A bit more familiar with Washington and navigating the streets and metro, we headed back to our place to close out a great first day in the Capital Wednesday 9 April Had an exciting morning today, ...