Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis
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... in the dome. It was under restoration but you could still see the majority of them. They were beautiful. Someday, I just know my Mom's art work will be admired somewhere like that. After the capitol we drove to Ford's theater.
One of the key events in Mr. Dehning's life that set him off on the path of being a history teacher was when he visited Ford's theater as a child back in 1812. Just kidding... about the 1812 bit... ;) ...
... below. It's of him pointing out a vanilla bean on our agricultural tour.
At any rate, Wayan got back to me with suggested day trips and I think his plans sound like fun. The way I see it, here's how our schedule is shaping up:
Sunday: Arrive in Ubud, check into hotel, freshen up, hit streets. I'll give you a walking orientation of downtown Ubud, such as it is, and show you my favorite shops, the Yoga Barn, and point ...
... and toll gates.
Thank goodness for our nav tool. We found mike and Marias house easily. Their new house is wonderful and in a great area. As I write this blog there are deer roaming outside, and a large woodpecker.
We all sat down and had a few wines. It was a great night.
... surviving members of the King family, give speeches about the legacy of black civil rights. It was drizzling and badly organised and we queued (in the American sense, and with nothing near the despondent efficiency of the English) for ages, but I heard three presidents past and present take the podium and it was totally worth it. I was proud to be British for a second time when, that evening, we went to Arlington's military twilight tattoo. The marine drill team ...
... While the forecast for Wednesday was looking great, Cody, Ryan & RJ made the prediction that it will rain on our departure while breaking down camp -- not based on forecasts, but on their 2010 Jamboree experience. And that's what I immediately thought of when I was awaken at 3 AM by flashes of lightning, followed by a dumping of rain at 4 AM -- just in time for us to begin breaking down the tents, dining canopies at 5 AM in ...