Extended Stay America - Annapolis - Womack Drive
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... I'll be leaving a day earlier, spending 8 hours at the JFK airport in NY, spending 22 hours in Shanghai, and arriving in Bali 2 hours earlier then original schedule. I'm sticking with the positive - I'll get a quick view of Shanghai now. That hotel is booked & Visa not necessary since this is a transit stop and I have a departing ticket within 72 hours.
Starting to look at what to pack - I'm glad I'm a light packer!
Till next ...
... They each took a turn touring the length of the train. It was fun going between the cars. They listened well. The switch at Penn Station went well.
The girls are thoroughly wiped out. Showers have been taken and we are off to bed & going to have an early start tomorrow.
The Hostel is nicer than we expected. :) There is a kitchen where we are storing some food and it is nice staying in the same room together. ...
... Neither of us are much into art. The only thing I saw interesting was a unique craving on an elephant tusk.
If you've been to the Holocaust Museum I'm sure your heart carried a heavy load home too. We stopped and had supper at the Hard Rock before boarding Metrorail. It seemed so hard to not think of all the people that died.
After 17 days in DC it's time ...
... Naval Academy. The Academy was even more peaceful than Annapolis! I expected a lot more tourists withing the walls, but there were only the occasional midshipmen jogging around campus or relaxing on benches in the grass park. Just about every building there was open to the public. We were able to simply walk into almost deserted buildings. Never before have I experienced anything like that. Normally I am limited on where we can and ...
... so we’d be all set for a drumming presentation and then an introductory docent led tour. I wish I was better at remembering tidbits of an hour tour, or at least one of the many stories. Here’s some information about the best museum presentation of a cultural group that I’ve ever experienced: http://nmai.si.edu/home/
- It’s 4:30 PM now and I’m ...