Days Inn Arlington, Pentagon
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... range from $1.50 to $3.50 depending on what you get. After dinner, Jordan dropped me at Union Station. I caught the train from there to BWI (Balitimore Washington International). After checking my bags, security took an hour. By the time I got threw, it was already time to board. The lady I was sitting next to let me take the window seat which I was real excited about that. After about 20 minutes, we were backing up and I was on my way Europe!
... 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.920000076293945px;"> Not really anyone interesting on this flight but then again it was only 40 mins long so I didn't try hard to find out.
We boarded at 235 pm. Taxied out then wheels up.
SONG OF THE FLIGHT: none ...
This was a busy week or so as Nick goes to work, the kids go to school and Mandy takes charge of the Honda Odyssey. We also took out a storage container ready to hold the dog crates on Thursday and we checked out the Virgin Cargo office as we ready ourselves for chaos... School has been good so far except Lauren has had many hours of homework (about 3-4 hours per day) as she gets normal homework plus catchup... ...
... and memorials for Vietnam and Korean wars. From a high point in the cemetery, we also got to view the Pentagon, the Lincoln memorial and the currently under reconstruction Washington memorial. After a 2-hour walk around the cemetery, we returned back to Lola looking like a pair of drowned cats. That evening Jim & Nancy kindly treated us to Ethiopian for dinner (which was an great experience in itself) followed by a scenic drive through D.C. to check out ...
... suggested "Perhaps you think them pretty in their symmetrical rows...not one individually stands out". There's certainly something depressingly beautiful in the regularity of the thousands of small white slabs, but I was grateful for the cemetery being split up into different sections rather than being just one vast field. It's easier to not think that for each section of countless graves you see there are a dozen more behind the tree line.