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... has showered on me are abundant and for this and so many experiences I have had in my 30 years, I cannot thank Him enough.
Thank you also for reading this blog… it’s clearly not a piece of literary genius, but as of right this moment, I have 320 all time views. Seriously?!? That is more than any of my other travel blogs received! So thanks for taking the journey with me.
So, until the next trip… Cheers to the Philippines - Mahal na mahal kita! ...
... gave us all headphones so that we could hear what he was saying. We saw many rooms and found out that each state gets to choose two statues of people to put in to the Capitol Building. We also got to go inside the top of the building and see the dome section. The dome is decorated with beautiful paintings. There was a painting on the ceiling of George Washington sitting next to Liberty ...
... Washington). The main stops after leaving SF were, Sacramento, Reno, Salt Lake City, Denver and Omaha. Forth Worth was a bit of a disappointment. Apparently the cavalry had moved out some years ago so the station was pretty deserted and John Wayne was not required. We also crossed the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, and passed also alongside the offutt airbase in Omaha where President Bush was flown to immediately following the 9/11 attacks in New York and ...
Today was supposed to be a great and finishing day but in the end it all turned out very different than we planed.
Plan for the day
11:00 am). meeting the insurance agent (just to sign the papers)
1:00 pm). meeting the car salesman ( he is supposed to have the oil changed, the breaks
replaced, all wire's isolated and the car cleaned)
2:30 pm). having our tags and registration for the car and driving up to ...
... current exhibition on the role of horses in the history of the American Indian. There were some beautiful exhibits of the embellished clothing, which was really lovely.
Our time in Washington DC is complete. It is back to the hotel for one last night. Tomorrow, I say goodbye to ‘Kathy Bates’, thank my lucky stars that she is not the ‘real’ Annie Misery Wilkes, and leave the tour at Newark airport.