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... or not this land is truly the greatest place to live or not, it is home and there is nothing quite like the feeling of home sweet home :-)
Au revoir Europe et à bientôt!
Words for the Day:
"So much better to travel than to arrive." - Margaret Atwood
"There are years that ask questions and years that answer." - Zora Neale Hurston
"Maybe you're not meant to fit in. Maybe you're supposed to stand out." - Taylor Swift
... and this happens - too funny!! All in all Amanda and I gained a new appreciation for bus travel in NYC.
Arriving in DC, we took a cab past Kristy’s work, grabbed keys and went back to her place to shower, snooze and recharge after this interesting journey. Kristy came home after work and it was time to catch up for the 2nd time on this journey and explore DC. We were in DC for 4 nights, Friday through Monday nights and it was game time. Kristy was the hostess with ...
... evening seeing many of the same sights we had seen earlier but this time all lit up looking even more impressive. Tour guide insisted on making bad jokes and wore a white shirt stained yellow from sweat so ignored him for most of it. Found a band playing on the street amongst a big crowd at 11pm, everyone dancing and whooping along to 4 trombones, a tuba and drummers. Concert had just finished and they were playing to the crowd ...
... but I don't think I've even seen Rocky!!
We arrived in at Washington, got our room keys and had about 2 hours free time. Most people jumped in the hotel pool and a few others enjoyed free beverages at the hotel.
We headed straight to dinner which was Mexican provided by TopDeck. Washington beat my expectations. The buildings are pretty and the area very clean. Very different to anywhere else!! We did a illumination tour ...
... lunch then searched for the portrait of Juliette Gordon Low. It was a very beautiful picture of her.
Then we raced to the Spy Museum to partake in our own spy mission. This was by far the coolest thing I have done. Make sure to ask the girls what their spy names are. Then we hit a few more museums before they closed and hit some monuments before dinner out. Be sure to ask your girls about it.
So many more things to do I almost wish we could stay another week... Almost. ...