Residence Inn Gaithersburg Washingtonian Center
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... He is so much better at that than me. Uncle, Aunty and I wait for Hinesh to come back and we watch as little kids with no fear climb the boulders with ease. When Hinesh returns we walk a bit further down to a spot and chill on some boulders while Uncle and Aunty tell us about their Machu Pichu hike and we tell them about the Acetanango hike.
We grab lunch at Tysons Corner a massive shopping mall in Virginia. We get chicken teriyaki and some dumplings for lunch. Afterwards we ...
... to spend there up to 2 hours and ended up being there 3,5 hours and would have wanted to stay longer!
As hard as it was to leave the museum, I had to because I had a forensic lab scheduled at 3 pm :-) But before that I wanted to take a look at the National Mall and of course the Lincoln Memorial. The National Mall didn't look so great as the Reflecting Pool was closed and without water and the grass was yellow... But it was filled with Saturday crowd and ...
... I did have the compulsion to want to jump up & sing 'Good morning Baltimore' but I managed to restrain myself!!
Just checked in to our next hotel. The Liaison Capitol Hill in Washington. We had a 3.5hr tour around the city upon arrival just after 1pm. The tour did generally consist of war memorials as well as the White House but as it was so ...
... all from the same brewery. Ticked a few states off the list along the way: New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland so far. As well as New York of course. We arrived at our campsite near DC in mid-afternoon. It was a large camping ground called Cherry Hill Park and was filled mostly with massive oversized RVs, some of them trailers towed by massive oversized trucks. We also spotted some people driving around the grounds in golf carts. So of course Dan and I had to hire one while the ...
... the museums. We headed to the natural history museum which was awesome, and then the American history museum where I was particularly moved by the exhibition on the civil rights movement, which was intertwined with the exhibition on the emancipation proclamation (freeing the slaves) so it compared the two. I wish I could have spent all day on that museum, I wanted to learn everything and read every card and history lesson! We then very slowly made our way back to the meeting ...