Residence Inn Springfield Old Keene Mill
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Then we came to New York. New York!! City of contrasts for sure! We decided if we were going to do New York, we needed to plunk ourselves right in the middle of the thing, so we stayed on the Hudson River in a New Jersey RV Park right across from Manhattan. It wasn't pretty...but it was full of people from all over the world and we had what we needed to get into NYC at the drop of a hat. Now, here’s a city that you can both love...and hate. ...
... of the morning. One nice thing about the DC Metro nowadays is that it runs until 3:00 A.M. on the weekends, very convenient for late nights out. It used to shut down at midnight even on the weekends, a real nuisance if you didn’t want to go home early and quite inconsistent with trying to get people not to drink and drive.
On my first of my two weekends in DC my hosts were my friends Luke and Jared who live close to the U-Street ...
... we have done it a few times now; we walked miles to get to a train that took us to a separate terminal for baggage claim; there was a transportation desk there which was handy, although even more handy if the man had just given us one option and quit with all the rambling on which we didn't need to know. We eventually got it out of him, got a bus to the metro and a metro into the city centre although the metro took forever because it was Sunday service ...
... of which were lined with other museums and extremely grand, political buildings that looked like the white, plastic pieces that make up a game of life board (sorry to all who haven't played this game). I was slightly on edge because if I was a terrorist, this would be the perfect day and place to launch and attack; the Capitol city of the United States with the majority of the city congregated into the same place. Luckily, nothing of the sort happened and we left ...
... Very trendy, too, with lots of important people living there now. Visited the Old Stone House, built in 1765, found a french coffee shop with irresistible pastries and saw the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal.
Too cold for much walking and photo taking, so we took a bus to the beautiful Union Station, then walked up to Capitol Hill. Lots of police, blocked roads and very few people about. We wanted to go to the Visitors' Centre at the Capitol but ...