Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Gaithersburg - North
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... stall and there was $hit every where! On the seat on the floor. Aunty saw that the next stall was exactly the same and we walked out feeling sick. She must have had a bad accident. We saw her later that day and she was a homeless woman living in the area.
We walked around Inner Harbour. It was a nice day so lots of people were out and about. There were colourful characters who were there for the Bromy convention. For those who don't know, Bromy are guys who are into My Little ...
... with Caroline's childhood friend, Elizabeth. Caroline being Caroline we also unexpectedly bumped into her cousin who lives in Tampa and another friend who used to live in Lexington but now lives in Columbus OH. Small world right?
Dinner tonight was Chima. A fine dining Brazilian steakhouse. Afterwards Caroline said she was afraid she was going to die, she had eaten so much. I volunteered to give her eulogy, "She died because I gave her too much meat"
... On the last day the confederate army marched on the union soldiers with enough numbers to form a line a mile wide (13 000 men)! And yet the Union we able to hold them off in a turning point of the war. We finished the day with a visit to the Soldiers National Cemetery. Land was purchased on Cemetery Hill specially for the soldiers that lost their lives during Gettysburg. It's a beautiful area where ...
... course the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. We timed it to perfection, by chance, to witness the changing of the guard. This involves three soldiers, see photos for more.
Our final day in DC. We had a lazy start and then a mad 35 minute walk across the Mall to the Old Ebbitt Grill, the nearest restaurant to the White House and a famous haunt for the occasional senator or congressman/woman. We were not expecting to see any one of note, but it was more ...
Slowly the house is starting to look more and more like home! So far I have been crazy busy but I love my new neighborhood and community! Check out the pictures and I will update you later on my adventures throughout the week. Vidur and I may be going to the Twins vs. Nationals tomorrow! So excited! Then we will be touring around D.C. next week sometime. Lots of pictures soon to come!