Days Inn Leesburg
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... Bay to the north east of Baltimore. Keeping clear of the Baltimore/Washington conurbation and carefully avoiding Camp David, we made our mandatory calls and followed another aircraft into Leesburg without any problems.
A parking place near to the Terminal was negotiated just as Steve walked over. He had been listening on his radio to Patrick calling out intentions every few miles on the approach just in case! It was good to see him ...
... there). Still, I soldiered on, finding my way to the Arlington National Cemetry, and JFK's final resting place, before limping on to my own resting place, and in doing so, calling time on my Washington experience... Despite the change to my complexion, and the blown tyre, I feel I am still well and truly in credit in the fortune stakes (touching wood), and these ailments certainly didn't detract from my enjoyment of Washington DC, a city of seminal history mixed with a ...
... I realised how huge the American history is, I always knew it was big but when it is all presented in one city it seems massive. Inside the monument are quotes from the man himself. Unfortunately however if you look closely enough you can see where there was a typo engraved into stone, I bet that was a very big oops moment. The exact spot that Martin Luther King Jr. made his 'I have a dream' speech is also marked by a tile at the front of the memorial.
Today I actively participated in D.C. free tourism...after I slept in, of course. First up was the National Gallery of Art. I have been to D.C. three times before but have never been to this museum, probably because I was always with groups of people who would rather see airplanes and rockets. (Not that airplanes and rockets are bad...that is just the one museum I have been to every time). The National Gallery has ...
... the Monuments, we caught a cab to The Washington National Cathedral. Our seats were incredible! We were much closer that we anticipated or than our passes indicated. i was amazed at the boys they hung on every word and song! This was the best service, especially Christmas service that I have every been a part of.
When I looked up my Jawbone at the end of the day, we had walked over 14 miles! We were tired but ready to get up and go ...