Quality Inn Camp Springs-Andrews AFB
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... to get as much of the street as we possibly
could.. Our last stop was the landmark of
the street named "Madame's Organ" and had three floors of music.. of
all kinds and graffitis all over the walls. I guess the best way to sum it is
that... This street was a traveller's haven!
DC was everything I expected it to be but more importantly
it was everything I never expected it to be... Another wonderful lesson
learnt.. Talk to cabbies and expect the unexpected!
... Memorial was worth a visit and to see the Pentagon itself was also worth it. We docked the bikes at Pentagon City and took the train back to the Cemetery. The US honours its military in a much more open and positive way than we do at home. Not just the government but also the general population. We've noticed it along the way not just at these places. A waiter was telling us that if a serviceman/woman comes in and orders, by the time he tries ...
... the flatter country to farm and drive their horses around.
Crossed the Susquehanna River via a very long high bridge with views to a dam. We were on route 372 then 74 then 136. These country roads took us through farms of corn fields on the undulating hills. Crossed the border from Pennsylvania into Maryland near Delta at the Mason - Dixon Line.
Met up with the I 95 to find the travel info stop. It was a large building in a ...
Our week of wonderful cruising the western carribean is over. Theres a week left as planned, we are spending 5 days of our remaining time to visit and stay in Washington DC. After a bumpy flight on American airways from Miami, we landed into Reagan airport. very interesting approach, overlooking all of the sights we are about to see in a few days here. We are staying at Washington Marriot, DuPont circle line. First stop, as recommended by hotel reception, ...
... but I made sure I was up to get my pancakes again! After sitting down for an hour at the hostel, we set off to the metro, making a journey which fortunately cost 10 cents less than we had left on our cards, meaning we hadn't wasted any money at all! So now we're about 2 hours away from reaching Philadelphia, having a nice rest after the countless miles we must have walked yesterday! I'll update you on what we get up to in Philadelphia whilst we travel to New York at 6pm your time on ...