The Gaithersburg Inn
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... our last journey it started raining quite heavily and by the time we surrendered our bikes for the last time we were all quite soaked. But today was the first rain we have had to deal with since leaving home, and although heavy at times and a nuisance for tourists it couldn't dampen my spirits or my affection for DC.
By 4pm we were back at the RV after a great journey from DC to Greenbelt Station (we had the trains sussed) a quick change in to dry clothes and ...
... Apparently the "service" is part of the charm of this place. We finish our lunch and walk around the Inner Harbour some more. I drag the guys to a candy store called "It Sugar" just to look at the goods they sold. We see giant nerd boxes, giant twizlers, gummy bears of all sorts of flavours and sherbet. It was a really cool shop. We head home for the day after that.
Tonight Uncle Jesse makes us delicious si****ng for dinner. I haven't had this in a long time and Uncle's is ...
... with dad and leila. the jet ski was fast!!!!!.best of all there was kids and a nice warm lake to swim in.
it was action packed.
We just got back from the Appalachian mountains, we went on some long walking tracks with ferns and oak trees.
Now we are staying with dads uncle in Washington DC the capital of america. tomorrow we are going to see the president's house.
... a lady with amazing false eyelashes and red eyeliner came up and welcomed us to Washington DC. We were the only white people on the bus.
Went back to Macy's to buy some makeup. It is so cheap, Estee Lauder is less than half the Oz price. Rounded off the arvo with a Devil's Food Cupcake and coffee, then caught the bus home. Went to the local supermarket and bought a bottle of ...
... at how close civilians are allowed to be to the actual building. It has its own train station (understandably as thousands of people work there) but the station itself is only 20 m from one wall of the building! Anyway, the main reason I visited was obviously to see the Pentagion 9/11 memorial. This commemorates the 184 people who lost their lives on September 11 when the third terrorist plane flew into the "E" wall of the building. The memorial ...