Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
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<b>By way of introduction</b>.........
There's 8 to 10 inches of snow on our patio as we write this very first entry - the snow a legacy of yesterday's Winter Storm Thor, the latest in what has been a long and cold - by Washington's standards - winter. (To compound issues, the heater in the apartment failed, making it a pretty fresh morning - but we invited trouble - we have just started giving away things we won't need in the ...
... to just stay at the Air & Space Museum instead of going anywhere else. We're all a little buggered. Not that the museum was small - it's actually frikkin huge! We arrived just in time for a free guided tour - I'm all for all things free right now - which was about 90mins long, it was so fascinating. Among the many cool things we saw the Wright Brothers plane as well as Spirit of St. ...
... the kids and Nick being new to the sport, we were all soon on our merry way. Truly beautiful and tranquil as we paddled around the lake. It is in the shape of a big V, with each leg being about a kilometer. We pretty much did the whole length on Saturday, and the same again on Sunday. Lots of pictures for this ...
Finally on the bus, and feeling like I'm back on track with my trip. Today we are driving about 300km to Washington DC. Our first stop on the way is a 1840'sp Amish village in Lancaster County. Here we had a guided tour of the farm house and time to explore the rest if the village which included - An Amish one-room schoolhouse Barn with farm animals Smokehouse Market for Amish-made jams, apple butter, whoopie pies Blacksmith shop ...
... We got back to our site, fed the starving kids, and went off for a hike to Turkey Point Lighthouse. So so hot. It was only a mile up and back, but it was dreadful hot. We had some nice spots in the shade, but a few stretches baking in the sun kept us moving as quickly as we could. It was amazing to see all of the butterflies that huddled near the ground. I've never seen so many in one spot.