Hilton Washington DC North Gaithersburg
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... Apparently the "service" is part of the charm of this place. We finish our lunch and walk around the Inner Harbour some more. I drag the guys to a candy store called "It Sugar" just to look at the goods they sold. We see giant nerd boxes, giant twizlers, gummy bears of all sorts of flavours and sherbet. It was a really cool shop. We head home for the day after that.
Tonight Uncle Jesse makes us delicious si****ng for dinner. I haven't had this in a long time and Uncle's is ...
... of various newspapers that were on display infront of the Newseum and were interested in how the different regions chose to remember the 4th of July. We stuck our heads inside briefly but the $20+ entry seems a bit much when there were so many fantastic free museums that we had not seen. Maybe we will find ourselves here the next time.
We stepped across the street and into the Smithsonian American ...
... not on the Metro network. The area has a more European feel due to it being older with old brick houses, slightly narrower streets and older stop fronts. It is the smart part of town, probably very expensive to rent/buy property. JFK proposed to Jackie in a Georgetown bar and also lived there before becoming president. One of our funnier moments was when a lady in a shoe shop asked Jenny and I if we were related! Jenny said YES! (because she misheard) I said ...
... than expected....that put a smile on Brads face. Quite an overcast day so far but no rain. Nice green countryside as we head towards St Louis but lots of water laying around and very high rivers. We've been lucky to miss the floods so far. We reached the airport in St Louis on time and bid farewell to Brad and Hugh before checking in and going through yet another border ...
Left home intending to go to the Newseum but while having coffee at new favourite coffee shop the barista suggested to Shirley we have a look at the Eastern Markets. So off we went. The markets were in the Capitol area. A mixture of fresh food, art, clothing and bric a brac. We both bought some photo prints and would ...