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... you need people to come and consider a stroll and a shop on Main Street as a fun thing to do.
There's a farmer's market going on--complete with a live country singer playing for tips. Frederick feels a bit out of the "Bible Belt" not as many churches crammed in here. But the ones that are here are quite impressive, with their towering spires. I parked my car 22 kms away, and now I'm kind of regretting that... if I hadn't parked so far away I could spend ...
... want to charge my iPod for the long flight. I may use it for the 14 hours! It's interesting flying with Korea Airlines; my cultural antennas are up to learn new things. This morning when the gate opened, there was an announcement and then all the gate attendants bowed in unison. Not everyday you see that type of respect being shown in the US. Anyway off we ...
... wandered to the Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, World War II Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
We headed over to Pennsylvania Avenue in Capitol Hill to look for someplace to eat. We wandered into a place that looked acceptable to Bill. Neither of us liked our dinner.
Even though we got in late last night we knew that we were four hours drive from home, so we got up early and were on the road by 7:15am. This gave us time to stop for breakfast on-the-go and gas. Of course after driving for about an hour or so for a rest break and a Starbucks for Bill. Then one more ...
... The current museum was opened in 1976, I've been to quite a few state history museums and this one is one of the best I've seen. It does a very good job of showing the state's history and how it fits in with the history of the U.S.
After leaving the State Museum I drove home. This is only a temporary visit home. I'll be leaving again in about a week and a half.