Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Gaithersburg - South
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... entries and pictures of our exciting journey from beginning to end. This will be our first time traveling together this long in a car, this far away from our homes, to an unknown ...
... democracy, hope and love. Next we moved to the Lincoln Memorial. I had been here before when I was 13 years old and didn’t really care very much. This time I think I am more aware of American History and what Lincoln represented. The statue itself is massive and the building is an amazing piece of architecture. This is where everyone seems to collect when touring the National Mall and there were groups taking photos, wedding parties doing their bridal shoots ...
... the mall since I have to stock up on some Clinique. We visit Victoria's Secret (of course) and Armani Exchange and the Tesla show room before meeting up with Uncle and Aunty again. The Teslas on display were impressive but I wonder if the cost of buying a new electronic car is worth it now? The cost to charge and the availability of outlets may trip you up if the city you live in (or are going to) isn't equipped for electric cars.
Uncle Jesse's next surprise was Iwo ...
... she spoke this way because she was from Georgia. Another girl revealed her enthusiasm for Doctor Who and Sherlock and told us how popular it is in the States.
There was much to see on the drive to the hotel. We had a glimpse of the Washington Memorial and then drove past the Pentagon (don't take pictures, the FBI will get you) and then cruised past a section of the Arlington National Memorial. All of these things ...
... octopus was driving it to Albany. When we found out a giant octopus was driving, we all turned into octopuses. The end.
Holly: Everything has a silver lining. We had a really great trip but we are really ready to be home with our families. When the train was late, we were somewhat disappointed. But, we are on an adventure so we took it in stride. These things happen and Katie is our fearless leader and ...