Radisson Hotel Largo
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... here too with memorials and medals from WWI, WWII, Korean and Vietnam wars. We headed back along memorial drive (Heroes drive) in DC and the Lincoln memorial, where we checked out the Korean War memorial and the WWII memorial by which time it was getting dark so we got some good photos up and down the mall and the various well lit monuments. Once again we just missed the bus so we grabbed a cab and headed 15 mins down the freeway to the National Harbour to ride ...
... decided to start the day by catching the Metro to Union Station to scope out the process. The Metro here is bloody fantastic, really clean, bizarrely dark like something from a futuristic film. We got off at Union Station, then picked up the hop on/hop off bus to do a bit more sightseeing. We saw the Capital Building which is currently covered but is still an absolutely awesome sight. We got off near the Washington Monument & went looking for The White ...
... 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 ...
Got the metro to Arlington cemetery this morning, it gives you goose pimples seeing so many white head stones. There are thousands for miles and miles around you! We seen two funerals, taking place and soon after hearses the three gunshots. It put a lump in your throat, it was a solider being laid to rest. The everlasting flame and the Kennedy grave site was really nice, it has all of his speeches on a marble wall over looking memorial drive which has Lincoln memorial at the end ...
... scary - the lanes are much narrower than the freeway lanes we had been used to, and we always seemed to be penned in by buses or lorries. Soon we had entered the garden state and were heading south on the New Jersey turnpike. As we travelled further south the traffic seemed to have periods of opening up, followed by periods of standstill which set the tone for the day. We stopped at a services for lunch and went to Quiznos (a bit like ...