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... I would need exact change (which I of course didn't have) so she directed me back to the Flyer bus desk. For 18 USD I bought myself a round trip ticket to the metro station. Apparently the metro doesn't reach Dulles as would be the case at Ronald Reagan Airport. Convenient... It seems this is a political issue. The government sold the rights to pick up passengers to Flyer. So Flyer objects. Furthermore they can't figure out if the station would have to be ...
... Office of Administration and Executive Office of the President. This was a beautiful building and even more spectacular than the White House in my opinion.
Continuing around the side of the Executive Office we reached the Presidential Gardens which housed the First Division monument. A monument to those who died serving in the first Infantry Division of the US Army. On the southern side of the park we had another view of the White House and its garden with a ...
... just as good an experience here in DC. As with New York City, so many sights were familiar. Our first afternoon here was full of surprises as we saw one famous landmark after another. Walking back to the apartment took us past the FBI building, down the mall, we saw Capital Hill in the distance, and took the opportunity to pop into the Museum of American History for a quick guided tour. We got back to the apartment with great anticipation for the next few days in ...
... carriage (about 3 from where we were sitting) and on my way back the train hit a bump and because the toilet door was open I fell in and crashed into the wall. It was funny. When I got back to my seat and sat down it was only 5 minutes until we got our bags and got of the train at Washington dc.
We got a cab to our hotel and dropped off our bags. We then went to the Arlington Cemetery which has more than 260,000 thousand people were buried there. We got a ...
... at 5:30 and took us to his home in Alexandria, not far at all. We were met at the door by Linda, our sister-in-law, and their friendly Wheaton terrier. Together we watched the Kentucky Derby over appetizers and wine. It was great having time to visit. We had not seen Bill and Linda for several years. She had prepared an amazing dinner---beef and chicken, asparagus, roasted potatoes, ...
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