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... in the United States, well I stood corrected on this case. Shut eye was needed on this flight but we made sure we were awake to see the sights coming into Washington. We had arrived in the capital city of America and it was also our shortest time anywhere. We had a day and a half so we had to be organised. As we were feeling pretty tired and our legs were feeling the effects of Boston and its lovely monument, we headed to Smithsonian Natural History Museum. There were many museums ...
Wounded Warrior Memorial is touching and reminds us, many still need out thoughts, prayers, and support.
These pictures require little explanation, only reflective thought about how fortunate we are and a reminder that we should never forget those who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we, and so manyothers in the world may live free.
... on a bike (although not without his own troubles: when asked about how his rubber blazing went, he said, "It sucked," and left it at that), waiting at the station for us. After a bit of chit chat, he and Sam went to get beds at a hostel, Sam needing to pick up mail at the post office the next morning, and I set out to hike seven miles that evening to the first shelter in Maryland. After more than a week, I was back on the trail. Days 81 and 82: Zeros in Washington, ...
... destination on Groupon or Living Social or one of those coupon websites and it sounded neat, so we decided to give it a try. We weren't completely sure what to expect. We went up the steps to the front door and rang the bell. We were greeted by the owner of the mansion, who went off to get us our complimentary glass of champagne.
We sat in the lobby of the mansion and the owner gave us a brief history about the mansion. They had bought it in the 80s and converted it into ...
... a bit of DC in one go, whilst having a history lesson at the same time. We started off at Capitol Hill, and visited The White House, The Lincoln Memorial, various war memorials, and the Dr Martin Luther King Memorial, amongst others *see attached photos*
The only thing that let it down was the shambolic late start. We thought it was a shorter tour than it was, and had planned on going for food afterwards. By the time the poor guide ...
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- Not as bad as all that
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