Rodeway Inn near Potomac Mills
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... to lions and tigers. They even had a panda, but he was sleeping so we didn't see him. We also saw some wild deer running around in the elephant pen. You would think that if you were a free animal, you'd want to stay that way, but I guess a zoo has food, and if you broke in, you could probably break out too.
After the zoo, we headed back to Vlad's place to pick up his GF, who would be joining us for a drive around city tour of D.C. Our first stop ...
... is only 69 square miles.
Anyways, I took some breathtaking pictures, so you guys should check them out below.
Lesson of the day: Washington D.C. doesn't always have street signs on every corner. This makes navigating by foot somewhat difficult. I think I finally have an idea of where I'm going now though, so when I venture out tomorrow...
Oh, who am I kidding? I'm totally going to get lost again.
Sleep well, everyone!
... care of us, and the food was wonderful..
I had the Spare Ribs w/ goat cheese mashed potatoes and it was the best! Everyone agreed that it was our favorite meal so far :)
After dinner, we had some time before we were to be at the National Cathedral for theEucharist Service so we walked down to the Monuments. It was really beautiful to see at night. It was clear and cold so the lights were clear and crowds were thin. Loved it. ...
... tobacco smell had to be clawed
through to get from the lobby entrance to the Highland’s fortified reception,
behind which not a sturdy Scot but a wee, old Indian man, wringing his hands,
smiled ingratiatingly at us.
“Do you have a room for us, please?”, I asked Mr Yoshi (he
looked very much like an Indian doctor on the NSW Central Coast by that name).
Mr Yoshi made a great show of inspecting his ledger,
... the museum. Very well done.
It was just past 11:00 am when I headed for my next Presidential gravesite. It was only 30 miles away, but it was all two-lane. Winding, up and down, but beautiful. I was heading to the little town of Orange, Virginia to the home and gravesite of the man who followed Jefferson to the Presidency, James Madison. I stopped at the local Madison Museum and you would have thought I made the lady's week! For $5 I ...