Motel 6 Washington DC
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... is that as the population of Amish is ever increasing, land is not available for all so small businesses are being set up selling things that manual labour would have produced (e.g. furniture, ornaments, produce).
There were a lot of different things to see at the farm but the best but was definitely having a go on the scooters. They have been adapted from normal scooters and have bigger wheels so that ...
I took my Ambiant 30 minutes before departure but couldn't get to sleep. Eventually it kicked in and I awoke while we literally taxied at Washington Dulles. So three hours of sleep. Now I came up with the idea to leave the airport and see something of the city. So I tried to make my way to ground transportation. Now this airport is quite nice. It's modern and clean. Especially the last part is really something for an American Airport. After a long walk I got on ...
... of the truly historic aircraft in here included; The 1903 Wright Flyer, the "Spirit of St Lois", Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega, Bell X-1, North American X-15, the Apollo 11 Command Module, Voyager & SpaceShipOne. (I suggest google if you don't know the significance of any of these) This morning we intended to check out Fords Theatre where Abraham Lincoln was shot, but just as we got there 2 bus ...
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After getting some food, we boarded a bus and headed for Nationals Park, for what will probably be our last baseball game. The Washington Nationals took on the Arizona Diamondbacks (who we watched beat the Giants in San Francisco) and they won! Hurrah!
On Thursday we slept in a little, and went out in to the city around lunch time. The manager at the hostel had recommended an area in the middle of town where ...
Our time in Toronto was up and we had to catch the subway to union station so we could catch an Amtrak train to Niagara Falls. The local subway station had 2 token vending machines, one was out of order and the other we could see was jammed up with coins. Because the station was unmanned and there was the full height barriers and turnstiles, there was no way we could get onto the platform to catch our train. Frustrated and worried that were would miss ...