Residence Inn Herndon Reston
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... 28th April : up early this morning and on the streets (3 km walk) to catch our tour bus to Washington DC. There were about 35 of us on the bus. The trip to Washington takes about 4 hours which includes a half hour pit stop and, of course, taking into account all the traffic. One seems to travel miles and miles of industrial area outside NY and the countryside is not very pretty at all. We travelled through the county of Delaware and bypassed Baltimore and ...
... speaker saying the flight has been delayed your flight is scheduled to leave at 10:30...at 10:38 the clerk announced that the flight would leave at 11:00...you guessed it, at 11:10 they announced 11:45. This continued until 2:10 in the morning. We finally boarded but it took another 45 minutes to drive around the airport to be de-iced. finally at 3:00 we were up and away for ...
... it was just me but he a right mood on with the others too, a real bundle of joy.
All Paul's aunts and uncles were there and were very welcoming and interesting. We sat and ate dinner in the evening with everyone and shared our story's of our travels, along with them giving us suggestions of where to go. It had been a long and busy day so we headed back to the hotel and I watched the Bruce Lee story.
Day 68 - 28th November 2013
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... through the metal detectors and bag searches (which were becoming quite commonplace now) you are greeted by a stuffed African Bull Elephant (affectionately called Henry). The museum covers so many aspects of natural history and had exhibitions on numerous different things including an extensive display on dinosaurs with numerous fossils and skeletons including a Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops, an interactive display on the human genome as well as a number of ...
... the South Korean President was an honored guest. Even from this distance it looked very beautiful and impressive lit up at night. Lafayette Square has statues of 4 Revolutionary War heroes at the corners. We saw two of them close up---Lafayette and Rochambeau, both involved at the Battle of Yorktown. Funny how we keep adding information to what we learned in Williamsburg and at Yorktown.