Comfort Inn & Suites
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... welcomed us to their home and treated us like we were their kids. It was nice to sit with them over meals and chat. Jem who is like my big sister looked after us so well, taking days off to take us around and cook for us, even making time to zumba with me. JP who is the little brother I didn't want :) and Erin made us a nom nom home cooked meal and the cuties - Rylee and Jojo eagerly entertained when they got over their shyness. I hope we get to spend time with them again soon. Until then….
"At least you're not dead" Love Dylan's perspective about seeing Arlington memorial in the rain and gray. Running joke for sure "Ron Atme and Luke Atme" future children names for Mark on Contiki "Nothin but your sparkling personality" Kate's awesome comeback to 'I didn't bring anything to contribute to the ...
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.
... could see. Incredibly humbling. Soldiers have been buried there since the Civil War. We saw the Grave of the Unknown Soldier, and the Changing of the Guard. The grave is guarded 24 hours a day and every half hour a new soldier takes over, the process we all watched. It's very respectful. We then headed to JFK's grave just as it started to rain. Robert Kennedy is buried at the bottom of a hill, not too far from his brother. Both John F Kennedy, his wife Jackie, ...