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... of the Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence.
We boarded a train the next day and headed to what will be our home for the next 3 weeks... New York.
We went to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Park today, which is on the Maryland side of the Potomac, opposite to the Great Falls that we saw last week. It was here that we questioned our bravery, and were found wanting - the option of the Billy Goat Trail was a little too hard core for us, as it traversed near vertical cliff paths above the Potomac far below. Instead we took the canal tow path, which ...
... was with my friend Maya in Georgetown for brunch. I met Maya in Afghanistan, she is a Croatian Officer but is now studying in at Georgetown University. During the week in Washington, I also managed to catch up with a couple of friends Phil Hodges my admin officer from my time at Florida State University and Tony Sewell an ex Army Officer who is now living in Washington with his wife. The day of the marathon finally arrived, I was ...
... Local Beer: DC Beer
Studio apartment right in the centre, 4 blocks away from the White House. We booked through airbnb.com. Was great to be able to cook again!
Transport: $2.50 Train
Average Daily Spend per person: $55
Transport there for both of us: $30
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $350
... but today with our sore feet it’s much appreciated. Whew. We made it to the museum.
Our first stop in a museum is always the information desk. We got our MAP, of course. Harvey asked for the French and Mandarin brochures so he can practice reading in these languages that he’s been studying. We are just in time for a tour of the Human History and the docent did a great job in a period of 55 minutes of giving us an overview of ...