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... the frequent air turbulence we experienced. Closing my eyes I could almost swear I was aboard the Enterprise as she was being torpedoed by the Klingons. Another low point of the flight for Mr Parsons was the fact that he was seated behind a woman who insisted on reclining her seat for the entire journey which meant he had to fold himself up like an origami swan. We were met at ...
... break to regroup and research where we want to die in Virginia. Suddenly, an opportunity reveals itself...a safe haven an hour north; 45 minutes outside of DC. Fairfax. It sounds nice, safe, but worst of all: Expensive.
A decision is made to roll the dice and try hotwire. For the uninformed, hotwire lets you select the area, tells you the price, but doesn't tell you the hotel. The next part is the ...
... We also saw dinosaur bones and fossils from prehistoric times. They have gems and stones from throughout the world as well. In the early afternoon, we went back to our hotel to get our luggage and we boarded the train to ride to Chris and Jen's. It was only a 30ish minute ride and they met us at the train station. We spent the afternoon and evening chatting with them and talking about our trip and the past year or so since we saw each other. It was a fantastic ...
... lazy to walk home. So I walked up to Union Station and caught a taxi back to Lars' place. I had a quick nap before being invited out with Lars and his friends to an amazing dinner at an Indian Restaurant. Day Two: Sightseeing Close to Home After the walking efforts of Day One I decided to try and stay closer to home around Du Pont Circle, which is quite a historic area of town and where the majority of the Embassy's are located in Washington. The Architecture of ...
... and positioned as if they were taking a hill. Almost eerie, but very well done.
Next it was on to Arlington National Cemetery. After going through the Visitors Center, we headed up the hill to see the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers. The ceremony was very stirring. This was definitely Kevin's favorite part of the tour.
As we headed to see the JFK Memorial, we saw the grave site of Joe Louis, the boxer. We ...
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