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... rows and rows of airport seating, and an abundance of bathrooms (seemed like 1 per passenger).
I got tired of walking around so I went back to the gate and found a nice corner to watch a movie. I chose Kick-Ass 2 for no good reason. Hopefully it helps pass the time so my journey can resume. I did realize that I would be flying on a Bombardier Q200. It has a fancy name but the plane is far from fancy. It a dual prop plane with around 38 seats. Great.
... guess we all have to make sacrifices. We even got free welcome cookieson check in (you've gotta love those.) We are hopefully going to have dinner in the Skydome tonight which supposedly has views of the Capitol. Both Dave and I are struggling with jetlag - we both didn't get much sleep last night. So Dave really struggled with driving today (tiredness combined with driving on the opposite side ...
Had a decent breakfast at the hotel but the internet access is next to hopeless in the room so spent some time down in reception - still very slow though.
The day was perfect - clear and not too warm so quite a change from the day before.
Sean and I cabbed to the Holocaust Museum which was highly recommended so we got there early - you get a ticket with a time on it which says when you can enter so luckily for us, we had to wait 15 minutes ...
... place at Mt. Suribachi and John was aboard the U.S.S. Suribachi, a Navy ammunition ship back in the late 60's. The spires of the Air Force Memorial are reminiscent of jet contrails in the sky.
We had a wonderful day and were a bit sad to think our trip was almost over.
Midday temperature: 20C
Another travelling day today through northern Florida. Not too much interesting to see, lots of pine forests. The trees here have budded and one tree in particular, the Eastern Redbud, is very pretty with lots of purple colored flowers.
Our campground tonight is small, only 44 sites, but it feels like a state park: pine trees and forest, wide sites, very friendly people, and squirrels, lots of squirrels. We met three couples ...