Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Sterling
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... the flatter country to farm and drive their horses around.
Crossed the Susquehanna River via a very long high bridge with views to a dam. We were on route 372 then 74 then 136. These country roads took us through farms of corn fields on the undulating hills. Crossed the border from Pennsylvania into Maryland near Delta at the Mason - Dixon Line.
Met up with the I 95 to find the travel info stop. It was a large building in a ...
... I'm assuming this is what it feels like when bungee jumpers are standing at the edge of the bridge about to jump off. Or like when you're on a roller coaster and it dangles you at the top of the biggest hill. Much like the jumper or rider, I'm looking down at my boarding pass, that last distressed breath before the drop that is my six-week excursion.
Alrighty, well, considering the fact that I ...
... went to the Albert Einstein Planetarium at the museum and saw a show on the creation of the planets and stars narrated by Woppie Golberg. After the show we stopped at the gift shop for astronaut ice cream (tasted like cardboard but Sam liked it). Before heading to Philadelphia, Sam had a relative that he wanted to see so Army and I dropped him at their house, went and grabbed food, 20 minutes later we picked him up and began the short drive to Philly. ...
... to bring me to terminal A/Exit. There another long walk. I thought I was mistaking when I again saw a train. A stewardess that was on my plane was friendly enough to put me on the right track and direct me to the Flyer bus. The flyer bus office was closed. Cleaning guys told me the first bus wouldn't be running for an hour and directed me to the I-5 bus. That one I couldn't find. Another helpful stewardess told me it would run on different times in the ...
... around the altar, ringing of small bells and buring of incense. Then the godmother begins to dress the baby but soon the priest comes again to cut a bit of the baby's hair which is then burned on a special plate. Close to the end the priests and Romanians sang the Romanian version of "Happy Birthday" to the baby as this is the beginning of his life as a child of God. All in all it is a beautiful ceremony even when one does ...