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... Banner". The National Air and Space Museum was Kent's favorite...we didn't think we'd ever get him out of there! If you know what a NASA nut he is, you'll understand. We probably didn't cover a fraction of the things to see in D.C. but we walked our legs off and need a break from museums! Our RV park is huge and has 2 pools and a splash park so the girls got to cool off this afternoon and relax a bit. Headed to Philadelphia ...
... is haunting in its portrayal of actual soldiers in a granite wall, where they are recognizable but just beyond reach. In another area, cloaked infantrymen were represented in brass statues, ready to subdue the enemy through the bitter Korean winter. A plaque reads “Our nation honors her sons and daughters who answered the call to defend a country they never knew and a people they never ...
... surprised but grateful to see. Even though I just looked at those documents and didn't go through the other exhibits at the Archives, I still quite enjoyed my visit. After a bison burger at the Native American History Museum, I headed back to the hostel to grab a shower and my back before taking a bus to Union Station for the train ride back to Harper's Ferry. As we pulled in, we saw Jersey Girl, who had apparently made it to Harper's Ferry after rubber blazing ...
Today we had a bit of an early start. We left the house at 9:30 and drove to the train station to take the Metro into the city. The train ride was long but relaxing. The DC Metro is a lot nicer than Boston's T, and a lot less squeaky.
We got off of the train and maneuvered down a street lined with brownstone buildings. It reminded me a lot of Beacon Hill in Boston. Amidst these old buildings was our first stop of the day: The Mansion on O Street. Auntie Brenda had found out about ...
... the crowd that was left kept threatening to give up, so they did apologise profusely and promise everyone would get a full refund.
When the bus did eventually turn up, there was a young woman driving who, we learned later, was on her very first day in DC! This meant more delays as our tour guide was speaking to us and trying to navigate for the poor girl. The tour was actually quite good -interesting and informative- and allowed us to ...
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