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... more quickly. I let Brandi know and we started looking for truck stops. We even pulled off at one gas station only to find that while I could get in......I wouldn’t have been able to get out. The whole vertical vs. horizontal pump dilemma. You would never think of it when your an ant......but as an inchworm it makes all the difference. Well the iGPS makes a great iInternet tool and Brandi searched for the nearest truck stop. There ...
... according to the pictures Patricia Cornwell is a big fan) and then crashed out. I think by this time we had been up for about 30 hours straight so we both slept like logs.
The alarm went off at 8.30 the next morning, we were both tired but we were feeling pretty good. First order of the day was breakfast, just up the road from the hotel was this awesome organic restaurant where we had french toast with strawberries, omm nom nom.
Breakfast done ...
... gevestigd is. Joey onze gids heeft ons even uitgelegd hoe het ook alweer precies zat qua geschiedenis en het hele gebouw laten zien. Nadat we het Capitool uit kwamen begon het te regen en vonden we het goed geweest voor die dag. En een diner in George Town en een paar potjes Kolonisten van Catan kaartspel later was het alweer tijd om naar bed te gaan om de volgende dag met de monster truck via Philedelphia naar New York te rijden.
... We arrive at Union Station early on the first day and have time to wait before our tour begins so strolled down to see the capitol building. I was very surprised to see how isolated it was, even on a Sunday morning but liked this shot that I got.
Our tour bus arrives and we are on our way to see the sights!! The first impression that I have is how HUGE all the buildings are! ...
... and along Museum rd. we ended the day with an sunset walking tour of the mall and all the main memorials. Unfortunately they were cleaning and restoring the reflecting pool, these all brought back fond memories of The Simpsons and Forrest Gump. The next Day was museum day for us, starting with fine art at the National Gallery full of the classics. then lunch with Cousin Michael Brett-Surman at the Smithsonian where we go to stroke the real hair of a wooly mammoth and try on ...
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