Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... only people we saw were locals jogging. The stillness was alive, and we drank it in.
On our way to Lincoln, we stopped at the Washington Monument and looked straight up at it. (I got a crick in my neck). Then on to the World War II Memorial, where the only person we saw was a maintenance man hosing down the deck. Continuing on, we stopped at the Korean Memorial. As we ...
... stood in the Boston area, dismantled it, and rebuilt it inside the American History Museum. You can see how the house was built and learn about the families who owned it over the years. It was very interesting, and we probably spent the most time at this exhibit in the museum (even more than at the Count).
Wait! There’s another thing I just thought of. We saw the flag that flew over ...
... men, women, and children who were killed on that tragic day.
After that, it was back to the campground. Sorry to be so somber in this entry, but we saw all the serious and solemn memorials in one day, which sort of happened by accident. Maybe if we were to do this again, I might spread the various memorials over several days. It was a lot to take in.
Happier times ...
... there are just paddocks and paddocks of gravesites on these grounds. As we were leaving, we even saw the beginning of a ceremony for a soldier who was to be buried at Arlington. It was really pretty, with a marching band, horses and carriage, and a single unridden horse in the soldier's honour.
After Arlington Cemetery we were free to explore D.C. as we pleased. Jess and I went and visited the White House, which you can view from both ...
So today was our first official driving day on the tour. We headed out early at 7.45am, and travelled through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, before finally hitting Maryland (home of Washington D.C.).
On the way through Pennsylvania, we stopped in Philladelphia, home of the best Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. We stopped at a little place called Jim's Steaks, and I got my first taste of these amazing ...