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Our Hotel was close by so Mrs. Yap is doing a study session while the parents are out shopping.
We have an early and busy day tomorrow in DC.
Korey and Grayson
... miss ya guys!), but got some great picture messages from them that made us feel like we practically were. As our trip east starts to come to an end we are missing home more and more, but looking forward to our next adventure in the big city. We are almost there and can't believe it! Tonight and tomorrow night we plan to stay in Washington DC, felt it was an appropriate place to spend ...
The Jefferson Lab was found shortly after the Department of Energy and employs over 675 people. The Department of Energy was created on August 4, 1977, a few years after the 1973 Oil Crisis. The Department was signed in by Jimmy Carter in an initiative to help the energy crisis that came up several times throughout his career. The Department ...
... of Independence. Oh, and Robert E. Lee was born here as well! Just down the road from Stratford Hall is the birthplace of George Washington. The home burned to the ground in the 1790's and the National Park that is located here holds a historically incorrect version of the home. You see, on the bicentennial of our first Presidents birthday some good ...
The American Revolution started with...shall I say....a tea party. The battle fought in Yorktown was the turning point for the American Revolutionary War. It was here, British General Corwallis surrendered to General George Washington with a little help from the French! The rest is history.
The Historic Yorktown Center is like a miniature England. It's time for the tour out with the National Park ...