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9/4/15 - Friday
Had to leave KOA where there was no room for us and got in the Cherry Hill RV Resort, College Park, MD for the Labor Day Weekend. We were told when we checked in at 11:30AM, that the heat wave up here made lots of locals cancel their holiday camping weekend. Finding our perfect campsite we high fived our nifty, grassed campground area. By 6:00PM, the campground was packed and our grassy area was even ...
... our way back to the Metro.
On the way back, we stopped at 15th and U streets and had breakfast at Ben’s Chili Bowl, another must-do in DC. Barbara actually had chili for breakfast (along with some scrambled eggs). I was not so adventurous; I had eggs and sausage. It wasn’t bad.
Back at the RV, we both took long naps (well, we did get up at 5:00 ...
... Cross disaster relief supplies. The building has been restored to the period of her life.
Ford's Theatre National Historic Site, Washington, DC. We were able to take a tour of the site where President Lincoln was assassinated, as well as the Petersen House across the street where he was taken and finally succumbed to his wounds. One can view the Presidential Box where he was seated on the night of April ...
... a hero, and some wanted to crown him king. But he resigned his commission and turned power back to the civilian congress. He went back to Mt. Vernon to be with Martha and to run his estate.
When he was elected president in 1789, he served two terms and left public life forever. He went back to Mt. Vernon and died only two years later.
There was a lot more to see there, and if you’re so inclined, we recommend visiting. But I’ve bordered on ...
... Today is Sunday, May 24, so we're doing six entries for your listening pleasure. (Keep listening; it'll say something pretty soon. Try holding the computer screen up to your ear.)
Here's what we did on Tuesday:
We took a bus from the campground to the College Park Metro station and made our way to Union Station on the Metro (think "subway"). We purchased a 2-day pass on the Big Bus Tour, which will take you ...