The Inn at Herrington Harbour
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- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... thingo ensures he can stay. At the time we got there, a lot of employees were filing through the White House Security checks, and at that time there was a line up developing. There were only a few tourists out as well, and we were well outnumbered by the Police and Secret Service personnel. As far as a tourist attraction goes, I felt it a bit underwhelming. Considering the other magnificent buildings in town, you would think that the king of the free world could ...
After breakfast at Union Station we started the old style trolley hop on hop off tour from stop 4 (Union Station) and spent the day riding around all the grand monuments of Washington - lots of massively impressive buildings, monuments, statues, parks, rivers and lakes. Went to the Capitol building, Roosevelt ...
... interested to learn that at one point, the family that owned the flag would cut pieces off and give them out as gifts to people, because they knew it was meaningful symbol. Desmond got to feel some cotton, a piece of cannon shell and look at the Count from Sesame Street. That was enough excitement for him, he slept through the rest of the exhibits. Then we had lunch at the cafeteria there and continued walking down the ...
... then the "crypt", which, actually, doesn't have a grave in it (it was intended for George Washington, but he's at Mt. Vernon), then into the rotunda, then the hall of statues, then back through the rotunda, down more stairs, through another hallway, and we were done. I guess I expected more, like the secret tunnel that the Representatives use to get to McDonald's on a rainy day. But it was still inspiring to ...
After a whirlwind day of packing (That's right, DAY, because, you know, it's always a good idea to take delivery of a new camper THE DAY you plan to leave....brilliant!) we set sail from Bridgewater at 8:30am. Everyone was so excited to get our trip started. Well, that was until about 8:40am when they started asking if we were there yet. "No, children! Still 8 more hours to our destination." The trip went relatively smooth. We stopped a few times to ...