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... we were all there. We returned a number of times to the area using the trolley over the next days that we were all there. The reason for having the celebration in Washington was because it had been known that Bill was very interested in the iconic monuments & the Smithsonian Museums, and that none of the family (except us) had visited them before. So over the next few days after a fairly late start, (due to Bill being slow in ...
... York (New Jersey, actually, as that's where I stayed ... Jersey City) was somewhat of a hike ... the trains don't carry luggage, so that was out ... buses are difficult to get to and, unless things have changed, the DC Bus station is in the middle of nowhere ... and flying is overkill. So I hired a car for a one way trip ... and it cost only slightly more than it would have to fly.
It also allowed me to hit the LL Bean ...
... were systematically cheated and mistreated! As advised by Lucy, the cafe is unique, serving American Indian food. I had to have the buffalo sandwich. Delicious.
Then went to the botanic gardens. Don't bother. Its just a giant garden with a glass conservatory based on Crystal Palace in London. Had a couple of great air-conditioned rooms. By the ...
... and be able to come every weekend to see a small part of it and then return the next weekend... But well, I had to be happy with what I got when I wanted to see more museums!
The second place I visited was the Supreme Court. It's located just behind the Capitol. There is not much to see there, but the building itself is impressing with the famous golden spiral staircases. Apart from that you can get to know the history of the court and see the ...
... were various speakers in the two hour service but the main pastor who preached at the end was shouting, jumping, walking up and down and the choir were encouraging him with Amen's and Alleluia's and the energy built and built with the music getting louder then softer... it was magical! Half way through the service a speaker got up and said I would like to formally welcome some visitors to our church today! I nearly ran to the door! My name was the first ...