Columbia Inn at Peralynna
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... who always encouraged me to watch shows like Mary Tyler Moore and to go after any dream I may have. She sent me the YouTube video as soon as I told her about this, so here it is: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zoh1LGADKI 8 No one will ever be as independent and glamorous as my mom, though, not even Mary Tyler Moore, and that is why I am dedicating my first blog to her. She encouraged me to make it, after all. Sincerely, ...
Rick and Vreni collected a Hertz car on Wednesday evening and we had it parked outside and ready to leave New York at first light.
We had the small problem of the lift not working just when we needed to heft our belongings down from the fifth floor. Rick and Vreni did an amazing job of finding our way out of that massive city in rush hour on a glorious morning. Our second problem was the decision to stop at a services area to get a coffee and breakfast and the ...
... day, therefore we did not arrive until 5.30 pm - it was a very quick day ! Washington airport was HUGE, we had to catch an internal train to collect our luggage.
We checked into our beautiful hotel had dinner and a drink, then bed time.
We have had a big day out today exploring the city on our Hop on Hop off bus.
We were amused the 1st night here, walking the street we though there had been a disaster, 7 police bikes, 3 police cars, 4 big black cars etc. but no ...
... pool was drained for winter which was a bit sad but the memorials were pretty good. The world war two was statues did wreaths in sculpture but the other two were really well done. The Vietnam memorial was a long, black, granite wall that gradually rose out from the ground to tower over the top of you ad then taper back down again. It was built like an open book with one half angled towards Capitol Hill and the other side with the Lincoln monument. The lady who designed ...
... we were eventually told that there are around 30 funerals (31 the day we went) at the cemetery every day, and all of them get a 21 gun salute. Though some of these are veterans that had died of natural causes, this was a sobering fact, as many of them were soldiers who’s bodies had been returned from Iraq. After the cemetery, we caught the subway back to the city and visited the World War 2 memorial and the Lincoln memorial, both were ...