William Penn House
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... cartoons in 2005, islamist protests erupted, and the building is now gated.
Peter Andersen, Jens' cousin, lives in D.C. We met him and friend Bac for lunch on Saturday at McGarvey's in Annapolis. Afterwards we went for a walk through the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy. We then found another spot to sit and talk. Peter and Bac are both long-time residents of the area. They met 32 years ago at ...
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From the hectic pace of New York City, landing in Washington DC was a nice change of pace!! On arrival we walked down to Union Station, which unbeknown to us was the entire length of Massachusetts Ave and if you know DC it's huge! Nevertheless we got down there to get our refund sorted by Amtrak. As it was nice and hot we jumped on the Trolley and managed to see Marine One on the lawns of the White House ...
... these feats of engineering right before us. Finishing up at the museum around dinner time, we grabbed a true American burger for tea before catching the metro home to U street station to complete another wonderful day in DC. Thursday 10 April In the morning we caught the metro across the Potomac River to the historic Arlington Cemetery, where thousands of American military personnel dating back over nearly 200 years are resting. Here we wandered the vast grounds of the ...
... it was realised how important the history that occurred in the area was and the major fields were preserved. Even the barns, wooden fences and rock walls were preserved in the exact spots that they were during those 3 fateful days. Fences, hills, rocks and cannons all provided an opportunity to reflect and try to imagine what happened here. It's crazy to try understand what it was like to fight in ...