Wyndham Old Town Alexandria
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... very easy here, with minimal currents
and depth ranges from 40’ to in excess of 100’. Visibility is usually between
80’-100’. During your dives, you are likely to enjoy sightings of lobsters,
turtles, moray eels, stingrays, barracuda as well as a large variety of
tropical reef fish including damsels, butterfly fish, parrotfish and wrasse.
... it is closed for repairs after an earthquake in Virginia in 2011. We haven't had a good day's walking for several weeks because of the weather, and Terry really set a cracking pace. Walked over to the White House, and looked at it through the fence across the South Lawn. It was pretty exciting to see such a famous, important, historical icon.
It was pretty cold by this, so we found a place to have lunch and a sit down. Washington ...
... virus) and which then took two confusing bus journeys to get me to where I should be (the bus drivers could not understand my-stuffed-up-nose-English-accent and oh whilst I'm at it why does everyone think I'm Australian!). It was worth the effort though because the train was great - it had a double decker bit where I sat on the top - I saw loads of trees that were changing colour and lakes and sky - I felt quite alive again. Washington hostel ...
... clinic. It seems that he has tonsillitis (Angina) for which he received antibiotics (the test results we got the day after actually were negative - so we did not find out what it was, but Dario quickly got better). At 8 we finally made it to the hotel - the Georgetown Suites are small apartments with kitchens, living room etc. so for once we have the chance to eat 'at home' and also use the laundry service. We are looking forward exploring Washington - after NY it is ...
... kept going. Another quick bus ride and we arrived a Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon was the home of George Washington. He inherited the house when his step brother died. General Washington loved Mount Vernon and he felt it was the perfect place. He made several additions to the house, several out buildings, landscaping, farms, grist mill, whiskey distillery, gardens, and farms. He had several slaves to help tend his various ...