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... us to a lovely dinner, comfortable chairs to sit in, and wonderful conversation. After a delicious Sabbath brunch we headed to church in Columbia. The congregation was welcoming and friendly. We spent Saturday evening at the Diggins' home for dinner, guitar playing, singing, and conversation. After the Diggins generously packed our little cooler with food we headed down the road. P. S. The fourth state was Pennsylvania, we crossed over the border ...
... light poles adorning the paved areas. From there we carried on through the mall to the Museum of American history. There weren't many people inside so we were able to wander around and view the various exhibits easily. They had a full room dedicated to the flag and its history including the original flag with 15 stars on it. It measured 30 x 34ft and was 200 years old. It inspired Francis Scott Key to ...
... exhibits of the first floor of two, so we had to speed round the rest to get it all in before closing time! By this point it was 1730 and we were a little peckish, so we thought after we looked at the Capitol building we'd get a Mcdonalds from by the museum. Unfortunately when we got back it was closed, and we then set off on a 30 minute walk in the pursuit of some food, eventually settling for a jumbo slice of pizza and a coke. No sooner had we finished that than we had to rush off ...
... Antigua, I decided to do home stay. No one in the house was allowed to speak any language but Spanish. The first few days were emotionally challenging for me but as I slowly progressed in my studies of the language, it became a much more enjoyable experience. By the time I left Guatemala two months later, I was proficient in Spanish, gained new friends and felt a major accomplishment with my so called "solo ...
... also has the largest section of the Berlin Wall outside of Germany and one of the watch towers (called the Tower of Death) that was very close to Checkpoint Charlie.
Probably the best part of the Newseum (at least the most fun) was the interactive news rooms where you could be a reporter and choose to read a news bulletin, do sporting coverage or do the weather which is what the girls did - they had a ball and got a small taste of how difficult it is to read off an ...
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