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... For every item anyone bought, we would get 20% off. At the shop there were hats with Washington D.C. boldly, the FBI and NCIS logo, the US seal, and hoodies with the same things. Pretty much everyone attacked the FBI apparel, however Jack and I (Mia) settled for the NCIS beanies. Not everyone took advantage of the sale, but Ms. Winter bought everyone postcards which we will be writing on and sending home from Gettysburg.
However, the excitement ...
... walked and walked... and it was fabulous. What a wonderful city to tour on foot - it is just filled with majestic buildings - it's a funny juxtaposition that you feel like you're in a beautiful, stately European city but DC is the literal heart of the US and about as apple-pie-American as you can get. There are huge American flags flying everywhere and their incredible patriotism is well and truly on display. We went to the War Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, walked past the ...
... and Space & the American Indian. We had wifi access in the museums so kept up with the Americas Cup action online. No mainstream coverage here of the cup! There is 'fall' themed things everywhere, including pumpkin spiced lattes at Starbucks & pumpkin flavored yoghurt (!). We are not brave enough to try ...
The Plan - Arlington Cemetery and Georgetown What really happened - It is the sixth anniversary of my Dad's death today and although he is never far from my thoughts most days, I feel a little drained this morning. Added to the busy day we had yesterday, everyone is tired and running out of stamina and so we decide to change the plan. We get on the hop on-hop off bus and go out to Arlington cemetery, rather than use the metro. The graves seem ...
... the parade ended, so we went in the Museum of Natural History right across the street for an hour.after that we took the next train to Glenmont Station where our car was parked and drove back to Ashton.when we got there we packed our staff and loaded some of it in the car. After we had some great dinner we watched a little bit of TV and went to bed because we would need to get up early next ...