Hampton Inn Springfield
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... Smithsonian Museum I have no recollection of visiting is the Freer Gallery, the personal collection of Asian Art given to the nation by industrialist Charles Freer. I suspect it may have been under renovation when I lived in the area in 1990-91.
In the afternoon I met my junior year college roommate and his wife Mary and daughter Julia at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. After Mary and Julia left us, Mark and I went out for beers to ...
... I did venture out a little and tried a little bigger one - big mistake my mouth was on fire so I are some of the bread and just kept my mouth open to catch some air and cool off. Was a lovely present from Ross! :) we have had a right laugh over this duration of this trip and definitely grown closer as siblings! :) We found some amazing pumpkins at a farmers market around the corner from us, they were all sorts of shape, sizes and colours! Can't believe it's all over tomorrow ...
... and every traveller is looking for something different. I arrived at the hostel after a long night train from Chicago and a long walk in the baking, humid heat with my huge bags. After getting checked in, they made me sign an agreement to all their rules in the hostel. No drinking after 10pm. No shoes in the hostel. 10 minute showers (due to their lacking in facilities). The list went on. I had doubts about the sort of experience I was going to have there but I tried ...
Absolutely gorgeous weather today so we played tourist. Mary Jane took me to Mt Vernon which was George Washington's beautiful home overlooking the Potomac River.
It was a bit of a lesson for me - didn't really study American history at school - he really was quite an innovative and ...
... which we're drinking now. A nice old hobo told Terry and I that we looked like a nice couple, which made our day. He wasn't even a beggar.
The downtown area of Washington is clean and open, with lots of security, including helicopters, and very well dressed public servants and office workers. It contrasts greatly with the outer suburbs, and a I'm glad we had the chance to see the whole city.