Econo Lodge Andrews A.F.B.
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... but didn't but will definitely see it when I get home after visiting his home. FDR sounded like a good bloke. Broad sweeping statement; democratic presidents seem to be much more interesting/better than republicans. Then I stayed up and watched August;Osage County. Great film!! Loved it! Saturday morning: clear & super cold. Don't have anymore words. Super cold. Walked up to Starbucks for coffee which is beside the bus stop. We're doing the hop on/hop off ...
... any of these before except perhaps the Dutch Apple pie. We started out from the camp and drove on highway 322 to highway 50. Our destination was Lititz, PA. This town is the home of the Moravian faith from Bohemia. They came here seeking religious freedom in the 1700's. Music and education are important to Moravians and there is a schoolhouse erected in 1746 that is now the same spot as Linden Hall, the oldest continuously operating girls school in the US. ...
Drove 140 miles in 2.5 hours.
The original intention was to have 5 nights in DC with Jade in tow. We were unable to cancel our reservation due to Jade's last minute no show.
Due to our longer than usual duration, we used airbnb to book a house stay. It was definitely a "character" house with the walls completely covered in erotic paintings, mainly male on male as well ...
... and we still almost got lost!! There is a big memorial for the unknown solider which has a changing of the guard type ceremony every half hour so we got to see that too. After the cemetery we got dropped at the national mall, which is not a mall at all it's just the main strip of museums so I wasn't thrilled but me, Nathan and Karen, the non museum people walked around the city instead, we did make it to the front of the White House for a look though. Nathan had ...
... The diamonds, necklaces, rings, and crowns were so beautiful and I wish I could've taken them all home! On the other hand, my sisters favorite part was the insect zoo and butterfly exhibit. The girls enjoyed holding a Madagascar hissing cockroach (yuk!) and other creatures of that sort. Definitely not for me! Overall spending a day at the Smithsonian Museum was fun and educational. I hope we can return soon to go to the other Smithsonian museums and see more of Washington ...