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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It's so good, yeah, it's so good
It's so good to be back home again
-- The Tourists, 1980
Today's is a tale in two parts.
It begins with a return visit to Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum -- a quick Google search last night revealed that we drove past the burial site of Patty's great grandfather at least twice, maybe three times yesterday. It's amazing what a difference a map -- and some great information from the now ...
... Josh. We tried to get it changed but no use they'd already overbooked the plane. One of their suggestions was to have us ask people on the plane if they would mind swapping with us! I thought that was odd seri gs they are so security conscience, you would think they would want to know who is sitting in what seat. Great start to our first "internal flight". Anyway we grabbed something to eat for dinner at the airport and waited to board. Each ticker had a ...
Hair cut and nails done today then Rob & I went off on an adventure on our own as B & MJ both had to work. Found a shopping mall (yep I know unusual for this country) and then found TGIF - Thank God it's Friday - so had a nice lunch there. ...
... little theater though, and still functioning.
I had a migraine starting when we left the theater and walked in the rain to lunch. I was already starting to see little spots everywhere. We ate in a food court on 13th street. I had broiled eel over rice with avacado. I saw Mason eating it and thought it looked AMAZING...It didn't help my headache though.
When we got back on the bus, I passed out on top of ...
... br> First stop was the US Capitol building. Since George Washington laid the cornerstone in 1793, the Capitol has been built, burnt, rebuilt, extended, and restored. In 1814 during the war of 1812, British troops set fire to the building, and only a sudden rainstorm prevented its complete destruction. It was completed in 1824. It contains approximately 540 rooms and has 658 windows (108 in the dome alone) and approximately 850 doorways. The dome was ...