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Today we went to a whole lot more other museums. First of all, we took the metro, as usual, down to another space museum. It is still owned by the same company, it's just that it is in the city, closer than the other one. This museum was bigger but, it had about the same amount of planes as the other museum out in Virginia. In my opinion, this museum had too much information, what I mean by that is that, there were more things that you had ...
... the first person who answered. Now, I know it's not that person's fault Randy was a jerk, but red anger guy was in control now, so what was I supposed to do? Fortunately the woman who answered was quite sympathetic and seemed much more motivated than Randy, and assured me that she could look up my order and send me the confirmation information. But when she came back from having put me on hold, I could hear the terror in her voice.
"Ma'am," she began, "I am ...
... Metro, which took us to College Park Station, where we waited for the bus to take us back to Cherry Hill Campground. It comes every 30 minutes (that’s the schedule), and we waited 45 minutes before one actually showed up. We got back to the RV at 5:30 (over two hours to get back).We were very tired; it’s catching up with us. All in all, an interesting day.
We’ll try the Smithsonian again ...
... black families come back to the area to worship in the churches that they establish during the days of segregation. We saw one of the churches, Jerusalem Baptist in 1902. This made tears run down my mom's face because of cruelty that happened so many years. Property taxes were paid by how many feet were on the street front or how wide the house is. The smallest house was 9 feet wide with the lowest taxes. The house has three ...
... from its most easterly point. Quite an achievement I feel given the weather to have walked the entire perimeter of the Mall!
Our reward for this day of walking? Homemade goulash and dumplings! My speciality that has now been taught to Hayley, and successfully made in America in spite of severe continental differences in supermarket supplies! Quite pleased with how it turned out J
That’s it for today! Bit of a long one there!! Tomorrows will be shorter, promise! ...