Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Sterling - Dulles
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27th April : left hotel at 9.30. Walked about 2 1/2 km and caught the 'up town' loop hop on hop off bus. We passed the Lincoln Centre, Museum of Natural History, Cathedral of St John The Divine, We went past the Columbian University campus. We passed the Dakota Building near Central Park where John Lennon and Yoko Ono lived and where he was assassinated. Yoko Ono is in her eighties and still lives there. We went through the Haarlem area which is known for its jazz ...
Today Andrew visited Mt Vernon, the home of George Washington. The manor has been greatly restored and guided tours are provided, but no photography is allowed in the Manor so i don't have any to show. It was a impressive but not grandiose like one would find in Europe. Apart from a tour of the house, the grounds can be explored and they have lots of interesting information on the displays are available Of interest were the slave quarters, the out door kitchen ...
... able to take photos, everywhere. The gift store wasn't that interesting so we left and eventually, after walking for awhile, cabbed back to the hotel.
A couple of drinks and nibbles and we all realised just how tired we were, so it's a quite one tonight as I battle with the internet.
We have a big day tomorrow hitting the muesums and there's some big march planned for the Mall so no doubt there will be heaps of people around.
From Travel Journal:
Waiting to get on the plane. Through the worst parts--trying to get adequately ready for all this, and Security. Bee Gees are singing "Emotion."
Rob said I looked beautiful (and far too dressed up, though to me a skirt and jersey top are far more comfy than jeans and a sweater), and he played "There'll Always Be an England" and some Flanagan and Allen favorites on the CD player as we drove to the airport.
... time and asked, "Oh, are you from Florida? Come on in!" When we walked inside another young woman noticed John's UCF shirt, spelled out U-C-F with her arms and exclaimed that was her alma mater! We chatted for a few minutes about UCF and then she insisted John sit at Congressman Radel's desk for a photo. It was a highlight of the day and one that could never have been planned!