Residence Inn Springfield Old Keene Mill
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Further on we visited again the Lincoln Memorial & the Vietnam, Korean & Iwo Jima Memorial's. Being at night gave these places quite an eerie feeling.
Funny things during the day was Marcus diving on a champagne bottle (you'll have to ask him why). A fun long day. Exciting day tomorrow as we have our first basketball game.
... on the Smithsonian trail was the Natural History museum. Wow, Just wow. Massive place, engaging, interactive, accurate.... unbelievable.There is even an elephant on display not to mention all the dinosaur bones! We saw a nature photography exhibit with the most beautiful images.... new goal, have a photo displayed in the Smithsonian.
We had a 1pm walking tour booked, and walking to the starting spot we were ...
We stayed in Virginia which isn't real far from D.C, but you take a subway to get to different places and walk the rest of the way. We went to museums, the grave sites also known as the veterans burial ground, the monuments, and we even got to see the white house!!
Seeing Abraham Lincoln ...
It was time to hit up the east coast of the US (again), next stop DC to visit our good friend Kristy. Well, actually DC wasn’t on our plans, but like everything else on this trip, this plan changed. With flights already booked from San Francisco to NYC, we needed a way to get down to DC without flight changes - the solution = the bus! So we had it all planned, arrive in NYC at midnight, grab a cab to the Port Authority Bus Terminal by 1:30am, 4 hours on the bus, arrive in DC around ...
Today was a good day. After our usual very early morning wake up, we made our trek via the metro system to Arlington National Cemetery, There we met a very lovely lady named Nita. Sam and I know Nita from writing.com. Accompanying her was her son Stephen and her sister.
We didn't really appreciate the sheer scale of Arlington National Cemetery until we started walking across its vast grounds. There is something in the order of 400,000 graves of servicemen and women as well ...