Extended Stay America - Annapolis - Womack Drive
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... if you want to go, be my guest.) Dinner at Atman Kafe. Walk back to hotel, early to bed!
Monday: Morning yoga anyone? The Yoga Barn doesn't have its Sept schedule out yet, but you can bet there will an energizing morning yoga class for those of us so inclined. Breakfast at the hotel, then, (Wayan's suggestion:) AGRICULTURE AND CULTURAL TOUR.This trip will start ...
... as a show of respect that you visited and that both you and the deceased are immortal. Even in death, you are not forgotten. It shows that you know the burial site exists. The person is remembered with something solid.
People also place coins on some of the headstones. A coin is a sign to family the gravesite had been visited. The legend of the coin denomination's is a penny you means you visited, a nickel means you trained with them, a dime means ...
... freezing! -5 degrees when we left the house at 9am. We went to the Washington Monument (which we couldn't go up as it was still being repaired after earthquake damage in 2011) and the Capitol building. We also saw the Library of Congress which ...
... Cemetary and the Pentagon. Because of the heat and humidity, we rode this one downstairs, but thankfully earphones were supplied, so we could still hum along to our favourite tune in between commentaries! No photos allowed of the Pentagon. I wasn't about to test that rule out.
Nearing the end of the blue line, where we were to catch the yellow line back to the hotel, we went past the Ronald Reagan Building, where the guide, Jackie, ...
... West Virginia were very grateful for the efforts the Jamboree troops contributed.
After breaking down all of the tents in the rain, and loading up our bus, we headed out toward Virginia. Our first stop was the Massanutten Water Park, an indoor oasis for us with 84 degree water, lazy river, various slides, and an arcade. We all had a great time for 2.5 hours, and we got a chance to chlorinate the funky mud, smells, bacteria ...