Days Inn Manassas/I-66
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We enjoyed the tour and made our way around the other buildings, such as the general store and the prison. Many of the buildings were closed or being repaired, but we enjoyed surveying the entire sight that felt like a small rural town.
After visiting Appomattox, we made our way toward Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s country home on the mountain. Siri led us down the nanny goat trail and it was a long and winding road, through ...
... with other woman students from Lake Erie College in Painesville, Ohio. Previously we had visited Nancy's younger sister, Ann, who also came over as a college student in 1961. Over the next two days Nancy took us to many interesting places in the area. On Tuesday we said goodbye to Nancy and continued our trip northward with a stop at Dover Air Force Base. The museum there houses many planes, ...
... realised it was just across the car park, embarrassing.
We then went in to pick up our food and realised we had left our I Pad, wallet and car keys in the restaurant.
However we quickly retrieved them a scurried on back to the hotel keeping quite about the whole affair.
We got some drinks in the hotel and settled ...
... live in the whitehouse, I realised that she was nuts. Maybe I shouldn't encourage her delusions!
Anyway, managed to get a tour of the Capitol Hill building. Awesome. Beautiful. Iconic. Intense security. Sat in on a senate session and actually saw John McCain deliver a speech on how the US stuffed up ...
... got to Wendy's and had a cold drink before continuing to the Metro station. The lady there was so helpful, it was great. Headed down to National Mall, until the thunderstorm started rolling in, then headed back to Chinatown for dinner. So much food. On arriving back at the hotel, we find 8 cop cars in the car park and the lobby blocked off. Locked the door and went to bed.
The next day we headed to Arlington National Cemetery to meet Nita, her sister and ...