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... for a sandwich. The guy behind the counter was such a moody, grumpy old man. He kept muttering to himself and seemed to have a genuine dislike of everyone he served. It was quite funny how he was acting, although I'm glad that we only had to be around him for a short period of time. The journey to Washington passed through four states and numerous toll booths. Finally we approached the capital and our hotel. The hotel seemed nice , but ...
... a bit of hand washing, then went down to the lobby and paid the tour manager for the optionals. Then back to the room and i got ready for the night and for the next day.
Back to the lobby and we went next door to the hotel for dinner – the food was just pizza, but it was good and the service was also good and so were the drink prices. After dinner we got on the coach and went for our Washington lights and monuments tour. We picked up a local ...
... Miss hurry!!! They led me through the entrance and to a fence which looked out on a field full of dandelions! So beautiful! Glenn, Ian and Nicky had already picked me one each. The unicorn desperately wanted to romp and frolic in the field but I just couldn’t let him. We went into the visitor center for a movie presentation by Pat Sajak about the plantation. Then we saw a 20 minute movie called “We fight to be free”. In the middle of the movie, I ...
... very close to it unfortunately so it just has to be admired from a distance. Next was the Lincoln memorial which is very impressive. There was a great deal of marble and granite making up the temple like housing and the massive statue of President Lincoln seated on his chair. The memorial is directly in front of the reflection pond which is only a few inches deep, and we walked the length of the pond which ends at the world war 2 memorial. This consists of two large bronzes ...