Holiday Inn Express Prince Frederick
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... We strolled around the little tourist center and looked at a model of the mansion. We read on its informational tablet that it took five years to build the model. We were shocked to hear that at first, but then when the model automatically snapped shut to reveal the profile of the house, and then open itself back up again to show individual rooms, we knew that the five years were probably spent attaching tiny hydraulics. Nice job, five-year-model-builders.
... in high on the list. A couple days across the channel to Nevis is also planned.
The island is our perfect size for this. We expect that we will have to fill the tank a couple times, and are always amazed as to how many miles we can put on the rental car, considering that the island is not that big.
... The GPS routed us on small little road and not the main highways and we saw some of the best things so far. While passing a small building there was a crowd of children outside with bright orange caution vests on. The small building turned out to be a school and the children were just let out and were waiting for rides home. There was one older looking girl there and she may have been the teacher. We couldn't just pull over for this cute picture ...
... with people getting airlifted out. We chat about this for a few minutes and express our horror and sadness then turn the comedy station back up on the satellite radio. We continue driving along for a while then jp points out a helicopter above the interstate. "It's probably a news helicopter," he says. A few minutes later we notice that there is no oncoming traffic. None at all. A few minutes later we see the helicopter landing. What a strange coincidence ...
We set off for Shenandoah National Park to enjoy some of the Skyline Drive in the car and trails on foot. Fortunate enough to get free entry into the park - god bless America's reverence of the military on Veterans' Weekend - we found a good spot for a hike and set off to Stony Man for a couple of hours. Great views across some flatter landscape than before, but nonetheless breathtaking. There was even some snow on the peaks, unfortunately ...