Holiday Inn Express Camp Springs / Andrews AFB
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Sunday, June 3, 2012
Today is the first 'real day' of the NUEC tour; New York to New York via Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Niagra Falls, Albany and Boston.
Woke up before my alarm. Got organized and then ventured out in hunt of food. Caught up with a couple of the members of the tour and went to Starbucks …
... is under restoration and is expected to be completed in 2014. The monuments is made of marble, granite, and bluestone gneiss. It is the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk, standing 555 feet 5 1⁄8 inches. Construction of the monument began in 1848, but was halted from 1854 to 1877, and finally completed in 1884. Now it was time to start our museum exploration. Our first stop was the Smithsonian castle (information centre). Here we got ...
... We met up with the others a bit later to share dinner and a bottle of wine. This is the last dinner we will have together. We've had a lot of laughs, seen and done a lot of amazing things. Tomorrow our trip will finish in New York and everyone will go their own way. Just one more camp pack up.
PS Sophie & Mariam actually saw President Obama as he passed by in his presidential cavalcade, can you believe that, we were all so jealous. ...
... will go. ----- Landing in Philadelphia... With clouds and rain... And temperatures at about 25C hit our faces. Business class treated us well (and yes... We behaved... Honestly!) Transfer from international to domestic went smoothly. From a 767 onto a De Havilland DHC8 Dash 8 (which is basically a 36-seat propeller plane)... It's quite the change. Washington greets us with sunshine and the same kind of dampness as in Philadelphia. During landing at DCA Airport we could spot ...
... in our favour as there was clearly nothing better to do than to hop into a rickshaw and bee-line to another pub! (Video footage will be uploaded). A cocktail down and good chat to Rodney and his wife it was time to hop back on our booked rickshaw to meet the group for a sunset picnic! The rest of the night ends up being a bit of a blur - although im pretty sure it involved some red wine, more beer and a solo game of hide and seek in the ...
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