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... routine of loading up mum with backpack & crutches while dad piggybacked junior. Whatever, it works.
Lap of the White House, down to the Mall, admiring the scaffold-encased Monument, hang a right down past the Vietnam memorial wall, to the end of the Reflection Pool and the Lincoln Memorial. Wow - that's one BIG dude on a chair!! Brief history lesson with the kids on what little we know of Lincoln - luckily ...
... happening, a section of Pennsylvania Avenue was taped off, police keeping people out .... we waited for a while (just incase Obama wanted to give us a wave) then headed off towards the Washington Monument, through the President's Park. ( the monument is under repair so couldn't have access to it) Continuing our journey we walked to the Lincoln Memorial, this was an excellent memorial very impressive .... Lincoln must have been 30 foot high. Martin Luther King gave ...
... the door and walking to the Metro station by 0510! We decided to take separate flights as Jenny was able to use frequent flyer points to pay for hers, but it was much cheaper for me to book a different flight. So although we left the flat at the same time, Jenny went south to DCA airport and I went north to Baltimore. We next meet in Canada!!
Washington is a great town and well worth a visit. Amazing museums, amazing sights, good bar scene (lots of ...
Dull but dry morning as we left Orange to travel onward on our journey up the 15 north. Our first stop was at Culpepper, a town where there had been many battles, in fact so many that the people had to look at the Courthouse to see who to support by the flag that was flying. It was market day and quite busy, so we walked up the main street where the shops had original store fronts and were an eclectic mix of old style aka Norman Rockwell. Had a ...
... aerial reconnaissance. Uniforms preserved over time of famous cryptologists and counterintelligence officers. A supercomputer capable of processing 18 billion pieces of information per second. This last is a source of marvel for many of our participants, and I agree. If something like this is on display in a public museum, how advanced is our current technology?
Following the Cryptology Museum we then re-board the bus and head to the Gordon ...
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- Swimming pool
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