Residence Inn Annapolis
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... had planned our next few days we had a table booked at a restaurant on 14th street, Barcelona, a tapas restaurant, very quirky and hip place, which was popular and completely full. We sat outside with blankets and heaters as the temperature had definitely dropped by this point but all added to the funky atmosphere. Quick stop in the fainting goat again for an Irish coffee, realising this was quickly becoming our local, before heading home for a reasonably early ...
... pentagon, which is actually in Arlington, VA. Vlad showed us where the plane hit on 911 and then took us to a revolving bar that gave us amazing views of downtown. We were even greeted by some fireworks over capitol hill, just as a final thank you from D.C
We grabbed one drink and then headed to the national mall again, to see DC at night time. We went back to the white house and the monument, followed by the war memorial. While we were walking down ...
... this because they all had various types of matching t-shirts on that said "Class of 2018" and where aggregating near exits, gift shops, and frazzled chaperones. I did not have much time before the museum closed so I worked my way to the Hope Diamond, which is still disappointing, and then checked out some butterflies, neanderthal skulls, and some pretty cool animal displays. As it was dinner time and rush hour, I ...
With the mad scramble on and less than three weeks before our house close, I took a gamble and drove with the kids to see a boat just outside of Annapolis. I had to take the kids because Toutou was ill and with an impending snowstorm that was going to tie up the east coast for a week, Tou and I decided it couldn't wait. Yes, the kids missed school to see a boat. This ...
... to see more :( It was fantastic as they were free too - which also meant packed! They form part of the Smithsonian - a number of museums that come under the Smithsonian banner and are all free - as the Americans feel that it needs to educate as many as possible as many times as possible and this is the best way - something I think by the crowds we've seen the last few days - must be working. Either way - we appreciated the 'freeness' ...