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... area there are many museums including the ones as a part of the Smithsonian Institution. We walked through the mall down to the capital building through the centre of the park, people were playing sports, flying kites and walking around and in between attractions, everywhere u looked something was happening. Once we arrived we sat on the edge of the water surrounding the capital building for a while just taking it all in. ...
... my suitcase showed up at 3:44. I was thrilled my luggage made it but annoyed that I would miss the 3:45 Washington Flyer bus to West Falls Church Station because of the delay in delivering the luggage.
Had to wait for the 4:15 bus, which departed two minutes late at 4:17. Arrived home at 5:30 (which is 11:30 p.m. CEST). Time for dinner, a couple shows on TiVo, and then bed.
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... will arrive in San Francisco around 1220L. From the airport I'll be heading to EagleRider in SF to pickup a 2013 Harley Davidson ElectraGlide. I hope to be on the road to the hotel which is almost 300 miles south east in Three Rivers, CA by around 230pm.
I may have bitten off more than I can chew with this trip due to the almost 500 mile per day route I've put together. I believe it will be worth in the ...
... I learned my dollar does not go as far in DC as it does in Winston or Tucson (as I pack for Copenhagen where coffee is $7); I learned the art of Living Social and took
advantage of the many, many free opportunities. With the Pride Parade our first week, the Smithsonian museums, and the weekly date nights with my man at the outdoor movie near my apartment there was always plenty to keep me busy. Not to ...
... as long as possible since it's not really her thing. Learning about the pioneering Wright Bro's was great. They have one of their original planes on display and it's absolutely amazing. One of the most fascinating artefacts was the contents of survival kit for WW1 surveying pilots (pilots were used mainly for intelligence in WW1, not for bombing). I could go on and on but just look at the various pics we have, it was a great museum. And so was ...