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Trip Report Mini-Trip to the National Cathedral

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Many local organizations take advantage of the proximity to Washington, D.C. and I was able to join a bus trip to the National Cathedral for a tour and afternoon tea.

It was an hour trip from Edgewater Md. and the bus driver took Rte. 50 to New York Ave. to Massachusetts Ave. If you are driving, I'd suggest a GPS because there are a couple of traffic circles to navigate and Mass. Ave. can disappear or turn up even without one taking a turn!

The Cathedral now has an underground garage for bus parking. The driver loves it as before he had to find a legal place to park and wait and still return in time to pick up his travelers. A real challenge.

We had a wonderful docent and a cute tea. Details to come as soon as I find my little notebook.

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