Sleep Inn Shady Grove
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... the pleasure of sharing at least a piece of what we saw in there. One last thing I want to mention about the Air and Space Museum; We happened upon an exhibit dedicated to the history of navigation. And this particular exhibit was outstanding in educating us in all the ways of navigation that have been thought up by man from the very beginning to the present day. Now, as we were looking at the navigation artifacts over the years we saw sextants, ...
... of the wording on all of the documents. And as a bonus,, they even had an original Magna Carta document there at the Archives on loan! Pretty sweet stuff if you ask me.
After we had finished with our sight seeing for the day we found a great Irish pub to have dinner at and then headed home decently early so that we could get some sleep and have an early start the next day in D.C. once again.
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... 8221; meant the anticipation was at its highest. Warren had our route and plan laid out. Only one problem – no one had anticipated the torrential rain storm. Oh it rained almost every morning…usually very early and would be cleared up by 8 or 9am. But this day, the rain never stopped. It kept pouring and pouring. On paper, our plan was full proof. We would all catch cabs and would meet at the metro stop. But with the sky opening ...
37C (100F) at peak and still 33C at 3.30 pm as I write . Undaunted we set out latish as our basement apartment has a really dark bedroom so we sleep like babies, and off to the Viet Wall. I of course saw it 20 yrs ago and it was the trigger for a body of work animate about the American-Vietnamese war which many of you will know but it was first for Jon who found the experience very moving as had I all those years ago. It's a beautiful simple memorial in which ...
... city. It was great to hang with her and meet some really cool people.
Leaving Savannah, we headed up to Chappell Hill, NC to stay with Andrew, one of my best buds. We got to walk around University of North Carolina which was the most spectacular campus, all old brick buildings. Andrew took us to his beach house in Emerald Isle for a few days of r&r and sunburning where I finally got to hit the waves for a little while. ...