Red Roof Inn Washington DC - Oxon Hill
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Today was B O I L I N G hot!! Almost 40 degrees I was sweating all day :( . Anyway today we did a lot of sightseeing and walking . It didn't help with the steaming heat, but I'll tell you the story..... We got up at 9:00 am , got dressed and headed out of the motel to get a hot chocolate and coffee while we were looking for a place to have brekki. We found this healthy place which didn't have much options so we just something ...
... fed in standing, Rich was devastated when Josie fell asleep during the tour of the Apollo 8 capsule and during the reading of "Four score and..." at the Lincoln Monument and the The capitol was under construction.
We ventured to the gorgeous University area of Georgetown for dinner that night, followed by a night drive that followed our daytime walk, we will definitely be exploring this area ...
After 45 minutes in Buffalo bus terminal, we boarded a bus bound for Niagara Falls. 45 minutes later we stopped at the Canadian border, de bussed, had a minor interrogation, our passports stamped and back onto the bus. We arrived at Niagara Falls bus terminal at about 7 AM, and a 10 minute taxi later we were at the Sheraton Niagara Falls. Fortunately a room was ready and we checked straight in - we seriously needed a freshen ...
I am very tired because of my lifestyle! I want to do too many activities and I can't be everywhere, every day! Choices are difficult!
As expected, I visited some new places in DC, like the Zoo and Museums.
I went to the Smithsonian National Zoo! I was so excited! First I wanted to see famous pandas! So, when I arrived I went directly where the pandas were. It wasn't my first time I saw a panda, but it's a special animals for me because people can't see one every day. I saw ...
... and manicured and and... and NICE the whole day that
nothing could have prepared me for Adam's Morgan. I had never heard of it but
even if I had... nothing could have described the life.. the energy... the
vivacity of Adam's Morgan. It was a street full of options.. and the
interesting part was.. my options were not restaurants or cuisines... they seemed
to be.. Countries! Yes.. Countries... It was like the funnest UN area.. There
was Brazilian, French, ...