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... plus dijonnaise and Brie) to be the nicest he had ever had! We left there nice and full and drove through Washington to the hotel. In rush hour. This was horrible, the satnav took us in random directions and we had to change lanes so many times it was ridiculous. We had to drive around DuPont Circle, which appeared to be a roundabout with another roundabout inside it! We also had to drive through a tunnel, which appeared to have underground slip roads joining and ...
... historic homes like the
William Paca House that can be toured, and compact size, but much of the focus
seems to be on eating and drinking establishments.
One major Annapolis sight I didn’t make it to on this trip
is the U.S. Naval Academy. The one previous time I was in Annapolis was in
October 2005 returning to NJ from a timeshare week in Williamsburg with my
parents. My father and ...
... whole cemetery is a beautiful tribute to all of the servicemen and women of the U.S. and even their families can be buried there with them. It was so nice to see most people being quiet and respectful as they wandered through the grounds, although some them should have worn more appropriate T-shirts! There were stunning views of the Capitol building and the Washington monumnent from various vantage points and also of the ...
... future but you do have the power over today and how you will celebrate it - especially birthdays, every single one is a gift and should be treated that way so HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU MY WONDERFUL SISTER CHERYL!!!!!
Very tired, on the train as we had been since 4am this morning and its now 7:30pm and the train wont get into Penn Station NYC till 11pm. Tried to sleep on the train but no way, its just like planes, no can do, I wish I could and I am ...
... well as the Academy's history. One of my favorite exhibits was the French Prisoner of War ships, elaborate carvings done by prisoners with time on their hands during the long naval wars between Napoleon and the British. They used wood, bone and whatever materials they could find to make these amazing model ships.
Since my plane didn't leave until the late afternoon, we spent the next morning exploring Old ...