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... to lions and tigers. They even had a panda, but he was sleeping so we didn't see him. We also saw some wild deer running around in the elephant pen. You would think that if you were a free animal, you'd want to stay that way, but I guess a zoo has food, and if you broke in, you could probably break out too.
After the zoo, we headed back to Vlad's place to pick up his GF, who would be joining us for a drive around city tour of D.C. Our first stop ...
... for a few days and tune out from the world however unfortunately for us we had to keep on the move.
The next morning we had the ‘Tail of the Dragon’ to contend with. This is a stretch of road that winds in and out of the mountains going up, down and around. Bruce, the veteran, was perhaps the oldest and cheapest vehicle on this road ...
... every blade of grass. We got ourselves a pitcher of sangria and got lucky with a space on the bench and spent the evening people watching in the sunshine listening to live music before getting a pulled pork and 'slaw' cob for a late dinner.
The next day started with the early morning wakeup call ...
... It's a high honour to do this job and they stand in all weather conditions fully dressed in their uniform not allowed to adjust themselves, wipe their brow or move off their carpet under any circumstance until they are formally relieved on the half hour. We went through the Arlington house which is from the 1700's and quite amazing to see. Then it was back to the bus to head over to the Iwojima US Marine corps war memorial. It was bigger then I imagined but so great to ...
... parks and Georgetown University. The walk ended on M Street in the commercial heart of Georgetown at the oldest house built in the district.
Georgetown is a very wealthy community. We saw a diplomat's car, million-dollar homes stacked on top of each other, high-priced cars parked on crowded streets, and some very lucky dogs relaxing on expensive balconies overlooking the narrow streets below. I enjoyed seeing the ...