Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC / Greenbelt
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... at our hotel via the metro (better than NYC!). Our first impression was that it was hot, humid and lots of mosquitos. I became mozzy snack for the majority of the time in DC.
We took it easy on the first day and enjoyed chilling in a café with an iced beverage and then taking advantage of happy hour at a bar that serves 500 types of beer! I had probably the tastiest beer I've ever had, 6.6% ...
... we did was go to Arlington Cemetery. Here we saw the tomb of the unknown soldier and the changing of the guard, JFK and RFK grave sites, some good views of Washington, some cool looking markers and we had a bit of time to walk around. Then it was back on the coach and to the hotel, we got there by 4pm. We had to unpack the coach and make sure we got everything, then up to the rooms in a lift where you had to swipe your room key to get it moving. Once in the room ...
... I almost kissed Denzel Washington, and I am pretty sure Melina and Hannah had to pry my body away from Johnny Depp. We had a bunch of fun with pictures and at one point Emma almost mistook me (as so many often do for the wax model of Justin Bieber)...
that was almost incredibly awkward... Fergus loved putting on all the costumes and posing with the presidents, and Ryan's hat made an appearance on many of their heads. The camera in ...
... He so deserves no matter the size of the church. We both are so grateful to Him for all the blessings He has bestowed on us.
Monday, our friends from Cortland, Ohio, Tony and Ruth, were visiting their daughter in Maryland. They met up with us at our campground and we all went to DC. together. They spent the night in our RV and Tuesday we all headed ...
... of travel. So much for modern streamlining. So I have to queue another four times when it could've all been sorted in one fell swoop today. Cracking. Still in the station I swapped out the $300 Candian dollars I had left over due to having to take more money out because the hostel in Toronto didn't have a working card machine. The exchange rate seemed a bit skewed but I took it anyway. When I checked on tinterweb later it turns out they've ****** me out of about $40. Talk ...