Super 8 Indian Head
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... clothes and go outside (no, I gave up on the hammer 20 minutes ago) and turn off the propane at the tank. Back inside, I fan the detector with a towel to try to clear it of residual gas, and we’re golden. No screeching, but by this time, it’s after 5:30. No sense in going back to bed, so I make some coffee and pout. (Remember I told you I was good at pouting? First entry. Winnemucca. Pay attention, there’s a quiz later.)
We spend the rest of the ...
... the huge dome which has highly polished concrete block floors. There is a chandelier in the middle and a plaque on the floor. There is a tomb under this plaque which was meant to be for George Washington and his wife but unfortunately George died before the building was finished so he was buried in Ohio. The tomb remains empty.
WE walked the walk through the building that all presidents have done that leads to their inauguration. The dome has very colourful murals at the top ...
... I wouldn't say we got lost at the terminal, but it did take us quite a while to find the baggage claim area, somehow losing sight of everyone from our flight. We eventually managed to catch the metro bus into south beach Miami and arrived at our hotel by 11:00 pm. We unloaded and most importantly changed as it is seriously hot here, then we went for a walk to see the area; wow - did we cop an eyeful all around. Apparently anything goes in south beach Miami - even ...
... route was through a paved small path in the forest alongside a boulder strewn river. It felt like we were flying on our bikes on the down hills! We stayed at a campground called “Country Bumpkins” and it was just so quaint. Lovely folks...little duck pond....river running through it...that sort of thing, "y'all".
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Next was Boston. We debated on how we would be able to get into the city because they were ...
... and replica space telescopes, lunar landing pods and space shuttles. There are also exhibits on what can be seen on earth from space and how space travel affects the human body. We spent about four hours in there which included a 45 minute 3D IMAX movie on D-Day. Heading back to the hotel we went past the White House again. Today there were a lot of people protesting outside against the US support of Israel in the Palestinian ...