Doubletree Inn at The Colonnade
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Well yesterday we began our trip to the East Coast help celebrate Tanner's Graduation from Johns Hopkins University. This goal of his began 4 years ago with his family, our family, and especially Abby by his side ( figuratively with the long distant relationship). The trip went rather smoothly as we connected through Dallas and then onto Baltimore/Washington airport. We met up with the Souza family ...
... had to have an escort according to Homeland Security rules. The escort driver leads you through security, customs, to the correct dock, and then gives you a ride back out again after you drop off your vehicle. Someone in there also requires that you wear a fluorescent safety vest, which the escort company will gladly sell to you if you happen to have forgotten yours.
... on our way to sight see! Our first stop was the USS Constellation. This ship was a war ship built in 1854. It traveled overseas often but its most important mission happened in 1859 when it was asked to go off the coasts of Africa and stop illegal slave trading ships. From 1859-1861 the USS Constellation was able to stop 14 slave ships and rescue just under 4,000 men, women and children from being sold into slavery. During the Civil War, ...
... and Capitol Hill. We saw the original Supreme Court Chambers, the original House and Senate Chambers. Inside the Capitol Dome was spectacular, the art and statuary in the Capitol is very interesting. We even got passes to sit in the gallery of the House of Representatives. Too bad they weren't in session at the time but it still was awesome to be ...
The last three days have been full so have not had time to blog. So will catch up today as we travel down the road. We left New York City area Fri morn & traveled to Trenton, NJ the capitol. We took a few pictures there then traveled onto Harrisburg the capitol of Pennsylvania. That was a really cool old downtown area. Then we went to Hershey, PA. From there we went onto Lancaster, ...