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... s Most Wanted". I totally enjoyed it!
No visit to DC is complete without having seen the White House. Actually it's not really possible to visit it as for that you have to schedule a tour with the embassy (!). What you can do is to visit the visitors' center, but now it's closed for renovation. There is a temporary one and all it offers is a 30-minute video about the history and the interior design of the White House. Quite interesting, but nothing ...
... the Milwaukee-Chicago line, the busiest corridor in the Midwest. But it seems our Governor and the Republicans in the state legislature don't like trains, so the State won't pay for them, and Talgo, the Spanish trainmaker is suing. And we're stuck waiting for another 40 year old train to rescue us. Despite my rant, we're rolling with the punches and the kids are in good ...
... which were near the fridge. After inspecting his hip, back and elbow we then caught a taxi at 6.30 am for a flight at 8.20 am from O'Hare Airport; with plenty of time to spare, or so we thought. Mamma Mia there was so much traffic on the freeway it was unbelievable. We missed having an accident by the skin of our teeth when another car tried to occupy our space but due to excellent driving our taxi driver managed to keep us safe. When ...
... various parts where you can join them,)
I don’t know how many are doing the whole trip, but it seems there are a few that are leaving and now a couple joining on this leg of the trip
We finished our drinks and as it’s a Sunday nowhere was open, so we went in search of an ATM, (All I had was US$ and UKú, so if I was going to pay my way, I needed some local currency (I had borrowed a 100 reais (I think that’s what they are ...
... in a fabulous reconstruction of a 50s Soda Bar with mini jukeboxes in the booths and a short order chef cooking on a hot plate behind the bar. The town had had a renaissance in the last few years and now the DC set visited on weekends. Lyle Lovett was playing that night at a restored old 40s theatre. We moved on to Brandy Station which was situated on the railroad a few miles north of Culpepper. Here there was a house called 'The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility