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... Washington becomes heavily trafficked.
Our first stop was Arrington National Cemetery. Is there any other singular place in the US that summarizes our political and military history with such emotion? Arrington was once a plantation owned by Robert E. Lee and his wife. The plantation was confiscated by the Union when Lee joined the Confederacy, and was used as a cemetery for the many Union dead.
Next on to our hotel, the Hilton Capital, two ...
... Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland)
Major cities crossed: San Francisco, Sacramento, Reno, Salt Lake City, Idaho Falls, Cheyenne, Fort Collins, Denver, Omaha, Des Moines, Peoria, Urbana-Champaign, Indianapolis, Columbus, Washington
Max speed: 110mph / 177kmh (because of the car's speed limiter)
Fines: so far 1 speeding ticket... we're waiting for the rest
Highway encounters: 2
I'm going to try to keep this blog while I travel to Greenland for the Joint Science Education Partnership. I'll be there working with two other Einstein Fellows and 5 students from the United States. We will be flying on a Hercules C-130 from an Air National Guard base in Albany, NY to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. There we will meet Greenlandic and Danish students as well as their teachers. We will learn about and even conduct some polar research ...
... on the American Presidency. Extremely well done! It reinforced my opinion that Washington was the greatest president...he was willing to give up his office to the next man (Adams) elected President. I am not sure any other King or Queen had ever done that. It helped shape our country to this very day. I often ask myself what type of man it took to do that? I don't know the answer, but it has something to do with being a man ...
... The Korean War Memorial depicts troops on patrol. They look like ghosts, very eerie.
I wish we had more time in D.C. the tour was great. The only problem I had with the hop on hop off was that there was too long a wait between buses. We were not able to see the National Archives to do more research on my family, and we missed the tour on the Potomac.
Our next stop will be Hershey,PA and Chocolate World. YUM!!