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Travel Blogs from Washington DC
We arose weary eyed 15th of Dec following another late night in NYC - this time we went to see the New York Rangers (ice hockey), back at MSG. Unlike all sports to watch, ice hockey is definately better live! The Rangers went down in overtime - but we loved it none the less. Thanks again to tour operator extrodiare Jess OŽBrien for arranging …
... but by a stroke of good fortune we found it was open
until 7:30pm. I plonked Sam into a borrowed wheelchair and we prowled the
corridors and chambers looking at all kinds of creatures and odd looking
minerals until I decided I needed a toilet break. I left Sam under her own
power and went in search of relief.
I returned to find that I lost Sam. Had she been kidnapped?
Had she decided to run off with the trolley ...
... and checking in to my big flight that leaves tomorrow evening!
Also, in response to the sunburn from the other day I found some sun screen that travels well because it looks like deoderant. So that is random, but if you are looking for easy-travel sun screen, you might check it out!
As all good visits go, I am leaving DC with more on my list to see for next time.
... are such troopers- they kept on going in the rain, wind, and cold up until 10 at night. For some reason they think they are going to get to sleep late one of these days (silly girls).I told them they could sleep late on Saturday. Our day started at the Smithsonian Castle which is like a visitors' center for the Smithsonian. From there we went to our Nation's Capitol. Did you know a metal boot would set off a metal detector? ...
... t get near because it was cordoned off with police everywhere (some one important must have been in town and it wasn't us).
We met Lisa at Barnes and Noble (large book store) and then found a restaurant for tea, Harry's Bar and Grill in the Harrington Hotel, one of the oldest family owned pubs in Washington. After Dinner we walked back to our hotel and made a Cuppa. Another big day. Left at 9am and got back at ...