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Living in DC was unreal. Having grown up in Arlington I felt like I knew the city but after this summer I can now tell you when subway fare is more expensive (7-9:30, 3-7), where to get $1 fresh oysters (the Tackle Box in Georgetown), and how many calories are in a Jumbo Slice pizza, its bigger than a small child (if you've ever eaten one stop reading…..but for anyone else interested ...
... for us. What hospitality!
Thanks to our Map Quest we arrived at our hotel around 4 PM with no problems. Lo and behold, there was an Enterprise branch adjacent to the Radisson! Such an easy drop-off! Check-in was simple and Andrew at the front desk had all the right answers. Our room was nicer than the one we had last week in Williamsburg.
John's brother, Bill, picked ...
Its amazing how much change there is in only 80 kms - food, lingo and politics.The Confederacy still lives!
To finish the trip off we headed out to the Stonewall Jackson shrine, the house where he died. This was a little disappointing the house was inaccessible- whilst there was some information there we expected a little bit more for such a distinguished Confederate.
Dad had a great day, then we headed ...
The game was a great way to relieve some tension after a stressful day, although it might have made it a little worse for the Republicans. The game ended 18-5, Democrats won. In the Republicans defense, the Democrat pitcher used to play minor league ball. The night ended with some bipartisan drinking on the town to celebrate surviving another day.
More to come
... the last time we visited, because the reflecting pool has been ripped up (we saw on the first day that they were working on the Mall). I can't say I mind - my clearest memory of walking along the reflecting pool is over-enthusiastic squirrels with no concept of personal space.
The Korean War memorial was next, then across to the new Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, which apparently has been the subject of ...