TownePlace Suites Sterling Dulles North
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Up early for an 8.45 bus tour around the Amish farms this morning. got to try the best soft pretzel and some home made root beer. Very nice indeed. From there we visited a traditional quilt store, followed by a traditional ice cream store. After a couple of hours we were back at the motel, and on our way. It took us another hour to leave Lancaster as Bec wanted to look around a bit more.When we did end up leaving, we set the GPS for Washington ...
... lovely city, not too crowded and it is easy to find our way around.
After refueling, we walked down to Constitution Avenue and the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, which was amazing. Not surprisingly, it is the one of finest museums I've ever visited. And we only saw half of it.
By late afternoon we were both tired so caught a bus home, and on the way Paddy rang to say they had arrived in Edinburgh.
... somewhere in there). Finished the night in old town with Chris's work college Eric and his girlfriend Kasey. It was here that me and Les really showed off our skills at bar sports by beating all comers at shuffle board.
Made it back to the Agne's pad a little before two. Poor Sarah needs to be up for work in 4 hours. Ouch.
Thanks Sarah and Chris for putting us up for the last two days. We had a great time.
... This is lovely and a welcome break from the usual indoor exhibits. There are the usual suspects, such as Moore, Calder and Flanagan. More unusual is a house by Liechtenstein which appears to change as we walk by it. Ethan is keen to see the dinosaur hall at the Natural History museum and so although we are all a bit "museumed out", we psych ourselves up for this. What can I say. It is well done but I am not a dinosaur nerd ...
... straight pajamas, and some look like they’re prepared hike up a mountain immediately upon exiting their plane. Seriously, next time you’re at an airport, keep track of how many people wear those hardcore hiking shoes. It’s astonishing. They must be really comfortable shoes, because they don’t look particularly convenient for getting through security.
Security was fairly simple, although I did get stopped because I forgot to take my ...