Comfort Inn Conference Center
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... 28th April : up early this morning and on the streets (3 km walk) to catch our tour bus to Washington DC. There were about 35 of us on the bus. The trip to Washington takes about 4 hours which includes a half hour pit stop and, of course, taking into account all the traffic. One seems to travel miles and miles of industrial area outside NY and the countryside is not very pretty at all. We travelled through the county of Delaware and bypassed Baltimore and ...
... around looking and trying different things, the girls weren't worried whether they were looking at exhibits or not...they were just so pleased that they were with their grandparents. Surprisingly, the museum wasn't as big as we had thought and we had finished just before the parking meter was due to expire. With time left in the day as I hadn't planned to do anything else, we decided to smash through the next two hour parking window by visiting Capitol Hill.
... and thrown into a frying pan. Played cards with some of the aunts and uncles, good Jesus! They were really competitive, I got battered, the game was just to fast and complex, it was like a super fast solitaire game. Ridiculous, as soon as I started getting stressed out with it I just stopped playing.
The car is now Jeff's, it has done us really well and took us over 6000 miles. Fair well Jakebin.
Said my goodbyes to the family and headed back up to Richmond, ...
... off from the visual aspect there and then but at night with it all lit up it actually looks a lot better. At this point it was about 6.30pm and, if I'm honest, my feet were really sore but it was now a case of whether I try and take in a few more sights or go back to the hotel. As I'd already walked all the way down to the Washington Monument and my Google Maps app (which was quickly becoming very useful) said that the Lincoln Memorial was only 25 minutes walk away so off ...
... Road Scholar program started with dinner and program orientation at 6:45. Our coordinator, Megan, was the youngest we have ever had! And the cutest, John would add! The group was about half the size of the Road Scholar program in Williamsburg. From the introductions they seemed like very amiable folks. The next day had a field trip to Mount Vernon in store.