There were plenty of things to see in the country’s capital. There were historical buildings, memorial, statues and anything significant everywhere. The whole place was like a giant museum. We walked around the National Mall and after passing by several monuments we came across the World War II Memorial. Here is a little intro according… Read More World War II Memorial, Washington D.C.
After a long day of strolling around Thomas Jefferson’s house on top of the hill, my friends, Monteon, Tina and I decided that it was time to head back to the eastern coast. As we drove along I-64, the freeway which connects Charlottesville to Norfolk, we passed through Richmond. Since we still had some time… Read More White House of the Confederacy, Virginia
After walking and learning from the Jamestown Settlement. My companions and I headed south to the Colonial Parkway and to the real site. In front was the visitor center where we were welcomed by the friendly old folks. Being in the military, and also the area was a National Park we were given free entrance.… Read More Jamestowne, Virginia
Fort James As we walked along the path, the first thing that greeted us was an iron gate which I find strange, it’s like a gate in a residential house. Here is the history behind the fort as taken from their official website. “Soon after the English settlers landed on Jamestown Island in May… Read More Fort James (Jamestowne), Virginia
Located around the western part of Guantanamo Bay lies Fort Conde. Neglected through the years, as nature took over covering the entire structure. While the fort itself awaits its time to shine. So today we decided to go visit Fort Conde, it was mentioned weeks ago that people on the base can visit this secluded… Read More Fort Conde, Guantanamo Bay