Residence Inn Springfield Old Keene Mill
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... a Fiat 500 with her! This little baby was going to be our transport for the next six days. We started driving at around 8 pm on Tuesday night, excited for whatever was to come. However, what we did not expect was a snowstorm when we were only an hour outside Boston. With no one on the road and intense snowfall while going up the hills in a fiat 500, I must admit I felt a little tense. However, we made it to our first motel safely and when we found that we both had a double bed for ...
... s Memorial. This huge carving is not white, but it does impress (7).
By now we’d been walking for some three or four hours and took ourselves back into the central part of town, passing through the cherry trees . The trees were equally unimpressed with the weather and had delayed their annual bloom by weeks, so we didn’t see that either.
After an attempt to dry off in Starbucks where we tried a new trial breakfast wrap (it was pants) it was Museum ...
Went to US Capitol building and cavorted on the lawn, posing for photos. Everything was being done to split second timing to fit everything in. From there to the Lincoln Memorial (from a distance because it was closed) and in the park nearby was a memorial to the soldiers in VietNam, the women who were in the VietNam war and another one for the Korean War. The VietNam war memorial was under the ground to represent the dead and was a ...
... one of 4 copies of the Magna Carta and the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights. Australia is one of only two countries outside of the United Kingdom to own a copy of the Magna Carta. It sits in our parliament house building in Canberra. Originally sealed at Runnymede in 1215, Magna Carta was finally adopted as English law in 1297 and represents ...
... before the 4th of July. Everything was fenced and some things closed off preparing for the parade and concert and celebrations on Thursday. We were further away from the White House as well. We finished up about 10pm and we were all stuffed so went home to bed. Tuesday was a free day. Pretty much had the day to explore the city. Carlee and I kinda paired up with Jacqui and Ryan from Wollongong (they have an interesting story - friends from childhood, went to Uni ...
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