Best Western Potomac Mills
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... is worth it. The museum covers all the history of crime, beginning with the pirates and cowboys and ending with the serial killers of the modern times. There is also a lot of information on the judicial system, prisons, police training, etc. The last part of the exhibition covers the forensic lab procedures. That what also the workshop was about - how to collect fingerprints, what are bloodsheets, etc. Really interesting! It took place in the former TV studio of the ...
... Mel was so tired this morning she literally rolled over & fell out of bed. Thankfully she didn't hurt herself!!
We left the hotel at 7.45 to make our way to Penn Station. Ooh train has just left the station. The seats are very comfy & you get plenty of leg room which is a nice change. Spent most of the journey reading & taking in the scenery, when we passed ...
This trip is special. Rather than my usual last minute, throw everything in a suitcase and stay up until 2 hours before it is time to leave thus crashing immediately on the plane, I actually preplanned all my packing. I even coordinated all outfits with jewelry, took photos and placed a photo with each day's itinerary! Nerd. ...
... everyone again and were off to a brewery pub for dinner and to have a few ales. The beer was good and I had some great quesadillas and BBQ pulled pork. While we were there we spotted our first Amish people who were at a nearby table for dinner. It was hard not to stare but I'm sure they are used to it. After dinner it was back to Cherry Hill Park for a 2nd night. After this we are going to be in a different campsite every night so it was good to have 1 night that we didn't have to set up ...
... of the early Founding Fathers ended up penniless. A far cry from our Presidents today, huh? A good, if not a bit long tour. And the guide didn't seem to put much emphasis on what I wanted to see most, the grave site. Interesting that neither he nor Dolly had a grave marker until much later. They just didn't believe in them.
I walked the roughly 1/3 mile down a hill to the Madison Family Cemetery. Once again I found myself alone ...