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... the Matinee Theater in Puyallup when I was younger with my father and haven't watched it since. Now after seeing where he was born, I would like to get more of the story again. Next stop was Edgar Allen Poe's House. His House is a historical monument that was actually extremely small. A lot of the houses in downtown were all brick and all very small, but I guess that is the way a lot of people lived back then. Next stop was the Phoenix Shot ...
... and other stadium features. Not to mention, my obligatory panorama shot, which I actually took many of here because I wanted a great one with the warehouse in the background.
Speaking of the warehouse I knew it was across the street from the field, what I didn't realize was that the street and the front of the warehouse are actually in the stadium. I thought balls that hit Eutaw Street flew out of the stadium and hit a street below. ...
... Old Supreme Court Chambers. Chief Justice John Marshall presided here for 20 of his 34 years. Do you remember John Marshall from our Fourth Grade Play? Robert B. Taney succeeded John Marshall from 1836-1860. Here is where he delivered the Dred Scott decision.
While traveling to our next portion of the tour we could not help but noticed the hand painted walls and ceilings wrapping the hallways. This area was known as the Brumidi Corridors. ...
... I thought Id make the most of that as I've never had wine that is that dear, it tasted alright, I wasn't doing the whole swilling it around the glass, it tasted nice and that was all i was interested in. The pies went down a storm. Was a really nice day though and it is a very close family so to be part of that was kind of them.
Headed back to the other house after packing all the gear up and played a boardgame which I had never played before, I won. ...
... The hotel had a free shuttle but we would have had to wait so we jumped into a cab and headed off down to the Waterfront area. There we some shops; nice outlook and open air bars where you could have a drink and look at the Potomac River. There was a number of naval helicopters frequently crossing overhead so we sat back and relaxed. We chatted to the locals; had a few laughs and generally looked forward to having 3 days off the bikes and time to explore.