Metro Points Hotel - Washington North
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We left Atlantic City at 1pm for DC and on the bus was about 30 passengers. Darren and 1 other were the only white ones. She was TT broke all the rules, talking loud on her phone!, drinking bourbon straight. By the time we got to Baltimore we new what she was going to do for the week, who she was staying with and what was for dinner that night! But …
... marble and surrounding an elaborate array of fountains. There were several veterans milling about and a few rows of chairs set up so it looked like there is a ceremony planned for tonight. It was nice to see many of the American people thanking the veterans for serving and I saw one teenage girl go up to a man in a wheelchair and ask to shake his hand. From the memorial we walked on up past the Washington monument and got back on the bikes to go home. We ventured out in the ...
... the Bax family was headed to the crowded streets of NYC, and the Wards were going to the windy city, Chicago. We start in DC and drive to Boston via West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Vermont and New Hampshire. We arrived late into DC, collected our luggage, and waited and waited for the rental car shuttle. After a 20 minute wait it arrived ...
... anything. Still very impressing, though.
My second day in Washington was filled with more and more museum visits. I started with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, it has only a limited admittance number per day, so you better get there early when they open, at 10 am. The museum itself is for free. And it's incredibly awesome! They have lots and lots of audiovisual material and for someone like me, fascinated by this topic, it's just great. Initially ...
... watched movies. It was the first time carving a pumpkin for many of them, and I think they had fun. After church on Sunday we went up to the zoo. The rest of the week they attended school with their host students, gave presentations and taught just about everybody the Hora dance. It was a great week and some tears were shed when it was time to say ...
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