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The day dawned fine and warm so we headed off again on the bikes to get a proper look at the Capitol building. It is closed to visitors on sundays and if you want to go on a tour you have to book well in advance so we just walked around the outside. We rode the bikes to the Central train station and walked to the Capitol from there. As we were reasonably early there weren't many people around apart from a tour ...
... they came to be, and we saw the changing of the guard outside of the tomb of the unknown soldier. It was very over the top ceremonial as the sergeant inspected the guard taking over the duty and all his kit, spinning the rifle round in his hands and checking for dust on everything, and they addressed us all in very official voices. We were quite surprised when he told off a member of the public for having their bag in the 'plaza' where the ceremony is conducted, and were even ...
... the online social networks to contend with. If we have any fear of loneliness or insecurities about ourselves, solo traveling is the means for us to face both.
When on our own we fly out to a city or hike up mountains, the anonymity of our existence increases and we are left to our own devices to endure the feeling of aloneness. In that predicament, we are left with two options, either we wither and ...
... the creek still icy even though last weekend was ‘warmish’ with a high of 61 degrees on Sunday. A few daffodils and snowdrops were peeking out, buds had formed on the magnolias, the rhododendrons and camellias and we had good reason to think that Spring would not be far behind this coming Winter blast. (A nod to P.B. ...
... exhibit was pretty neat too. And Matthew got fascinated with the Amelia Earheart tragedy and I spent a solid 20 minutes explaining the whole thing to him, including a lengthy description about the mystery of her disappearance. This kid just likes anything to do with disasters,
Overall, this museum scored much higher marks than any of the others. Still, afterwards, it was time for the true highlight of the day - a swim in the hotel pool. (*sigh*)
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