W Washington DC
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- Drycleaning onsite
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... my hotel is on New Jersey Ave. NW (all Aves are named after states) and the streets at the end of this avenue on my block are 1st st NW and E st NW respectively. Anyway, I was very confused and I noticed in my map thingy App that there was a Walmart Superstore not very far from me, what mere mortal could resist such an experience. As I approached this 'Superstore' it didn't look very impressive and all I could see outside ...
... wounded soldiers in View Nam, a memorial to disabled veterans, a Boy Scout memorial. Civil War memorial and statues and memorials to countless generals and statesmen.
On a nighttime tour, we saw the large and very well done memorial to Franklin Roosevelt, who of course, saw the country though the Depression and World War II. Bread lines, fireside chats and announcement to ...
For dinner, we had signed up to eat at the hostel. A group of volunteers (who seemed to be from Georgetown and other local universities) had made a meal for us to eat whilst getting to meet fellow travellers. We had soft tacos with all the trimmings and the best guacamole I have ever tasted (really wish I got the recipe). The guys did a great job of preparing the food and we all got chatting so mission accomplished.
... is the largest building in DC. We learned that there are 19 million visitors to DC annually. Washington DC proper has approximately 700,000 residents. The DC commute area has approximately 6.5 million residents. Commodore Perry’s statue represents that the Navy produced more presidents than any other service branch. The statue in McPhearson Square is a memorial to the highest ranking Union solider killed and a confederate cannon was melted to ...
Today I got on another Amtrak and headed down to Washington, D.C. From Penn. The Boston trip took over 4 hours, but this was pretty quick at 3 and a bit. From New York State I went through New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and then into DC. But can add Virginia to the count as I popped over the Potomac and into Arlington too. Feels like an achievement! ...