Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis
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... Hop off bus. We think …why not as we had nothing
planned. It was only supposed to be 19 degrees but it was a lot warmer than
that and I’m a not so nice colour of red to prove that.
We saw lots of Sights; I don’t
know what made us think that we could walk to all of them. These are some of
the places we visited… The White House, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial,
... of taking us out. From there the walk took us on to the Washington Monument (massive phallic symbol) and then to the WWII, Vietnam and Korean War memorials. The WWII one was favourite, I liked the architecture and I think it was the most tasteful. There were lots of vets there too paying their respects. One thing America has right over the UK is the esteem in which their armed forces and veterans are held. It was then on to the ...
A delicious start with latte and fruit and muesli at Casa Luca a restaurant two blocks down . We now have the trifecta after a delicious ricotta ravioli and pork bucatini with scrumptious salad for dinner as well as lunch on our arrival in DC. This recount is being written in a pasta coma after packing a bag for travelling to Chicago tomorrow. Back to the day! Walk downtown to the Smithsonian's and we had decided to investigate the American History and the Indian or Native American ...
We left Toronto on the morning of Wed. Oct. 9th and were on our boat at 5pm on Sat. Oct. 12th completely because of the goodness of others!
Two wonderful friends transported us from Toronto to Annapolis and then from Annapolis to Deltaville.
... to rethink, and are now going to straight to Bangkok after a brief interlude in the UK.
The government shutdown didn't mean that our time in DC was boring, though. We spent one very hot day walking along the side of the mall (it was cordoned off, so we couldn't actually get near to it). We spied the White House in the distance and were herded along by outrageously rude police officers who were making sure that nobody even slowed down near to the cordoned ...