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... of Virginia and access the Cemetery from another route. This is an important national site and is the final resting place for most of those lost in the various wars from as far back as the Civil War. It is a beautiful site with its rolling lawn-covered hills with row upon row of head stones. JFK is buried there and we visited his grave, at the eternal flame. On the way back to the Lincoln Memorial from Arlington, the traffic was stopped by police cars and bikes, ...
August 13th – day 101
We all woke between 8-10am and because
of the two busy days we decided to take today off to rest our legs.
Everyone had some form of leftover in the fridge making for an easy
lunch. The rest of the time was spent reading, watching dvds,
catching up on journaling, doing maths and playing cards. Very quiet
day and much needed!
August 14th – day 102
... got worn out and started crying so we left the museum without visiting all the exhibits. We grabbed a lemon ice dessert and hopped on a bus instead of walking home because it was hot (in the 90s) and humid and we were tired too. The bus ride took about an hour, because it kept stoping and waiting in order to be on schedule. But it was clean and air-conditioned, only cost us $2 total, and showed us a few places we hadn't ...
... tourist spots. We had the most entertaining drivers on these tours full of so much information with so much humour thrown in.
We have now mapped out exactly what we want to do & see over the next four days. We have just ordered room service & will be having an early night tonight & an early start ...
Today we had a bit of an early start. We left the house at 9:30 and drove to the train station to take the Metro into the city. The train ride was long but relaxing. The DC Metro is a lot nicer than Boston's T, and a lot less squeaky.
We got off of the train and maneuvered down a street lined with brownstone buildings. It reminded me a lot of Beacon Hill in Boston. Amidst these old buildings was our first stop of the day: The Mansion on O Street. Auntie Brenda had found out about ...