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... hunting/walking and cycling are all done in the same recreation areas..... AHHHH! We cycled along the Schuylkill River Trail through beautiful woods and rolling hills and tiny farms. We opted for little country roads where we saw tobacco fields, old general stores and small town America at its best.
The Eastern Seaboard. The place where the majority of power and wealth is centered in the United States of America. It is important to understand this piece of information before we headed south. ...
... outside of the New York metropolitan area. On a typical day, more than 60,000 passengers pass through Washington Dulles to and from more than 125 destinations around the world. Wikipedia
Our next flight, a little less than eight hours to Frankfurt, Germany left on schedule at 10:30pm, they feed us a small dinner, then sleep time.
... city, where the memorials, White House, museums and loads of stuff are all situated. I visited the lincoln memorial, some war memorials and also the museum of natural history which was full of stuff about human and animal evolution. This was pretty interesting and had some great stuff to learn about. In the evening we were going to go to a bar but John couldn't keep his eyes open so we chilled! The next day I hit the same spot as the day before, but visited ...
... and see Phillys delights, but instead kept going and waved as we drove past. We appreciated the beauty of some amazing bridges, spanning rivers or lanes and lanes of cars, the skyline reminiscent of NYC and the diversity of the people and the places ... but we did it from the comfort of Alice as we continued down the I95 towards Washington DC.
We are now camped in Greenbelt Park, a national park campground, complete with bugs, but it is close to the ...
... the world war 2 memorial Fountain which when lit up at night was stunning. We walked along the reflection pool that runs between the World War Two memorial and the Lincoln memorial. By the time we'd climbed the stairs to Lincoln you had a lovely view across the reflection pool with the Washington monument in the water. So pretty. It was then time for us to head back to camp and everyone was pretty wiped out so we all crashed fairly ...