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... onto the train, then caught the shuttle which picked us up from the train station at BWI and took us to the airport. We were last off the bus; I had already stepped off and was waiting for the other two who I could were talking to the bus driver. Next minute Rachael stumbles out of the bus in absolute hysterics, followed by Ryan who wasn't looking too happy. Apparently the driver had asked Ryan - deadly serious - if Rachael and I were his two daughters! Lol. Rach ...
... to bring my passport as my driver's license doesn't match my hyphenated name. But the White House was and is beautiful. Later we took the Metro again to the Kennedy Center for the tour and listened to the daily free concert from the "President's Own," Marine Corps Band. The daily artists vary but the horn quintet and jazz bands were really wonderful. By Saturday morning, despite my most careful efforts, I had a terrible sore throat ...
... incredibly hot the time we arrived in the late afternoon.) We had a stroll here and went to two major spot's J.K Kennedy's stone and the tomb of the unknown solider. This spot was pretty incredible and a nice memorial. It is guarded 24 hours a day (which we were both a little shocked about.) At the tomb there is an inside exhibition were you can read about the soldiers inside as in what wars they were found at which is good to gain ...
... 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 ...
... s cavalcade started to move - all those cars for one guy!! I think Brian got a photo of his car - but then again it could be anybody in the car as the windows were blacked out. They didn't even stop at the traffic lights.
Dragged Brian back to the visitors centre - they show a short film - which takes you into various rooms in the White House - it was quite interesting. The White House is the oldest public building in DC. The British burnt it in 1814 but it was rebuilt ...