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... train to Washington DC. USD7 each way. Great value. Easy journey, took about 50mins.
We arrived at Union Station, Washington and headed to the Washington Trolley Tour desk to collect our prepaid tickets. Yay! We're in Washington DC and we're on our way. Caught the Orange Bus from Stop 4 around all the famous monuments, White House, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, National Archives, Supreme Court, Library ...
... by forty-two feet wide, the flag was so large that they completed the work in the loft of a nearby brewery.
The British army then made its way to New Orleans after its defeat at Fort McHenry. There on January 8, 1815, outside the city, a superb British army was soundly defeated by frontier army led by Major General Andrew Jackson in the last important battle of the War of 1812.
Fort McHenry never again came under enemy fire, but did continue as an ...
... Duckpin is like regular bowling except the balls and the pins are smaller. I top scored with 109, which (apparently) is equivalent to a 250+ in regular bowling!!! (I don't quite believe this, but the guy had no reason to lie...). At the same place we had awesome ribs (can never get enough of good ribs!) and then went back home.
We were sad to leave our friends but we had to get back on the road and see more of America. Next stop, Philly!
... But Tennessee and Arizona had been so harsh and unforgiving; bleak and menacing. Now that my trip was winding down I could start to look at the experiences from hindsight, and I realized that a million years HAD passed since then. The years were metaphorical. The struggle of driving had been a mixture of many different factors, and the difficulty wasn't necessarily the drive itself, but what the length of the drive represented. I was leaving everything behind, traveling far, far ...
... along the harbor before the game and sampled cocktails while watching the boats and the harbor-side entertainers. An hour and a half before game time, we entered the stadium grounds and sauntered down Eutaw Street, while Bob oriented us to the park. The left of the street is bordered by a huge, brick building, the beautifully renovated B & O Warehouse. It’s as long as a city block. Embedded in the Eutaw Street pavement tiles are a number of bronze, ...