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... with a family laying a wreath at the site. The Cemetery is very well kept and is a credit to the Americans. We then walked across the Potomac River to the Abraham Lincoln Memorial. We were surprised at the size, it was much bigger than we had thought. Then we walked along the pool of reflection to the World War 2 Memorial which had an arch for each American State with a water feature in the middle. This to was very well done. We then walked across to the George ...
... snacks from the camper and use the potty and continued on our way. The kids entertained themselves with coloring, Kindles, books and the last resort DVD played in the laptop.
All was well until we were traveling on 95 South in Maryland and saw signs everywhere that you couldn't carry hazardous materials beyond exit 55 which is the last exit before the Fort McHenry tunnel (propane tanks are not allowed in tunnels...who knew?). So we ...
... close by) concourse.
When I arrived at the correct concourse, a flight agent asked me if I was on the Washington flight. I barely gasped out yes, and continued running. I could hear her saying that she would call ahead to let them know not to close the gate. I arrived and handed my ticket to the agent, and they hurried me through. I plopped down on my seat at 9:46. They were supposed to close the gate at 9:45. Whew!
... was a theatre performance (she has definitely missed her calling), it was great but also a little bizarre with all these tourists around while this lady is giving Wade and I this full on theatrical performance on Abraham Lincoln's life. It was definitely an experience.
Washington DC was definitely a little chillier than anywhere else we had been and it was so cold that we couldn’t even talk properly so when a reporter asked us a few questions for an interview ...
... which is on the way to the airport, but we didn't want to miss our flight. The pentagon is also on this line, so in the future, we will hopefully see both of these places. I had no clue the Pentagon was in Virginia. Virginia, Maryland and DC are all just minutes apart. Obviously I want to come back and see the Smithsonian exhibits and a lot of the other historical places. There is a lot to see here.