Chesapeake Beach Resort And Spa
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A song recalling romance from the Civil War and here, in Washington we have learnt lots of American history (well, I have so I shouldn't say 'we' cause Lyal could fills in the dots for me!) and politics! The National Capital has many museums on all sorts of subjects, all free entry; and monuments to all presidents and political leaders dotted around around the city. So we started with a tour of the Capitol with 30 in our ...
I want to talk about meetup. No, actually I need to talk about it. Meetup has dramatically added and subtracted things in my life, no doubt about it. But for the most part I would say the time I have had with it, both as an organizer and a member (ages ago) has enriched my life.
I became a member of meetup at least 10 years ago but like most people you start out slowly with it. My first experience was with a happy hour organized via ...
Set out late this morning. Walked down to Capitol Hill. Was caught in a tremendous downpour. Deb had the tiniest umbrella. It is probably the G-string version of an umbrella. I got wet!
Went to the National Museum of American Indians. Fantastic. Pretty sanitised version of history, very very little of how the Indians fought a number of wars, lost ...
Braving the traffic we ventured out after what we thought would be peak hour, although that seems to last all day, to Dulles airport, 40 miles from the City, to visit the Steven Udvar-Hazy aircraft museum. Udvar-Hazy is an aircraft leasing billionaire who contributed $66 million to the Smithsonian institute to build the museum which is housed in a massive building near the Dulles airport. Getting there just after ...
... companions. In my own solo travels, the irony has always been the fact that I end up never having alone time. It's only when I return home that I manage to have the much needed "me" time. To compensate for the lack of alone time on the road, I respond by planning yet another "solo" travel.
The moral of all this is if you haven't traveled solo, do it. It's a scary experience as a first timer no doubt ...