Holiday Inn Express Washington DC East - Andrews AFB
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... his Epicurean side.
When we have flown on long trips in the past, we find it difficult to obtain reasonably priced airfare from Charlottesville, our closest airport. Small airports generally translate into high fares. Further, this being a one way flight, adds significant cost to a ticket. The cost for a single, one way ticket from CHO to ATH is $3,210. Instead, we each paid $42 and 30,000 miles. We earned 60,000 miles by applying for a ...
... first exhibit being the actual Apollo 11 Command Capsule and also a rock of the moon that you can touch , mind you this museum is number 1 in the world for patronage as they get 8 million visitors each year so washed my hands after touching the moon rock. The museum started in 1876 with a collection of kites and has highlighted each progress of flight up to present day aircraft which put things into perspective especially the fact it only took 66 years to start flying and then ...
... the neighbourhood, and getting some rest.
On Saturday (today) I went to the National Mall. This is where you can find a lot of museums, monuments and of course the White House. Plenty to see, though I didn't take that many pictures. Of the museums I only visited the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. Very impressive. I even tried to take ...
... to JFK persuading the Governor of Mississippi to ensure that James Meredith (First African American to enrol in MU) was allowed to enrol, was quite spine tingling.. The phone call was followed up with 16000 federal troops...!!!!!
Then off to Gettysburg and wow did I have a surprise. Maryland and Pennsylvania are similar in topography and YES there are lots of those wooden houses with barns, silos and no fences. The area felt like ...
... just more pancake that you use to scoop up the different foods. I was surprised it wasn't too messy, since my track record of spilling things down myself has been impressive over the course of this trip. For pudding we went to the diner again and had peanut butter shakes before bed, alongside a berry cobbler (crumble). Our last day in Washington was spent in Union Station waiting for our sleeper train to Chicago, which I shall describe in the ...