College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
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It was hard to leave the Raif's this morning, so we were running a little late as usual. Once we got on the road, we stopped at two Lego Stores (one in Delaware and one in Maryland) for passport stamps. These might be some of the most well travelled Lego passports! While we were at the mall we went ahead and got lunch so we wouldn't have to stop when we got to DC.
Just after passing the "Welcome to Washington DC" sign, we ran into our first big problem of the trip. While driving on ...
... California this cold is hard to take. We are all freezing as everyone has gloves, beanies and scarves but not us.
Boarded the bus for DC in a day tour. Bus was half full and first stop was the US Capitol building. So amazing to be here looking at it. At the moment it is having work done on the dome to fix cracks and repaint. It will be finished at end of 2017. We line up for 40 min, you line up for ages for everything in the US. 10 go thru at a time and you must ...
... laughing, adding more fuel to Ryan's rage! Haha. In the space of 10 minutes though Ryan was feeling better again; during bag check in, the attendant thought we were all young college kids going down south for spring break. Ryan then got caught through security carrying his 1 liter of washing detergent which he had just taken out of his suitcase for being overweight (he had to transfer some shoes and other stuff to Rachael's suitcase too, but Rachael didn't want ...
... throw, horse pulling , crafts, food, games, old working machinery demonstrations, chickens and goats, pig scrambles, music....but our favourite thing was the bean baking. First off...the beans are locally grown. Then they soak them in a cast-iron 20 gallon African pot overnight. They add: molasses, mustard, salt, pepper, brown sugar, salt pork and onions. Then...a hole is dug in the ground and rocks are placed in the hole to sort of line it.Then a fire is burned for ...
... started in 1848 and completed in 1884, which included a stoppage of 13 years due to lack of funding. A change of colour in the marble part way up shows where construction was stopped. At the time of completion, it was the world's tallest structure, a title held until 1889, when the Eiffel Tower was completed in Paris. Tickets to go up are free but you have to pre-order which we have not done. The section of the National Mall east of ...