Chesapeake Plan -2005. Checklist. r. Chesapeake summers are hot and humid. Meals – Breakfast at Hotels, Lunch as group or OYO. Dinner Reservations for each evening as a group. See the dining schedule. Communications – DO bring cell phones/chargers – all hotel
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Chesapeake summers are hot and humid.
Meals – Breakfast at Hotels, Lunch as group or OYO. Dinner
Reservations for each evening as a group. See the dining schedule.
Communications – DO bring cell phones/chargers – all hotel
phone # are provided. DO stay in touch with your families.
Cameras – Do bring.
Wear comfortable shoes and clothes (shorts).
Be prepared to walk three-five miles per day.
Basic transportation is hiking.
Be prepared to do laundry in hotels.
Packing – Identical to carry-on luggage & one small bag for
Depart Meijer’s (Adjacent to WSU) @ 8:00AM
Lunch (en route)
Total Est. Time: 7 hours, 46 minutes Total Est.
Distance: 489.75 miles
The Chart House
Potomac River Cruise PM
Please obtain maps of PA, VA, KY, and DC
Marriott CT Yard – Alexandria-On the Metro
($129.00 Room & full breakfast)
Metro to Marriott CT Yard -- Eisenhower Ave – Yellow Line
Shuttle to Dinner in Alexandria
The Chart House
Enjoy a leisurely, round-trip 90-minute cruise - sights : Washington's majestic landmarks, such as the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument, and the Kennedy Center.
Potomac Riverboat Company
Alexandria City Marina, 703/548 9000
Washington by Water
Metro to Mall Metro to Marriott CT Yard
-- Eisenhower Ave – Yellow Line
Metro: L’ Enfant Plaza Station; exit
Maryland Avenue/ Smithsonian Museums
Metro to Mall
National Museum of the American Indian
10:15am Timed entrance –
Report as a group to South entrance on
About the National Museum of the American Indian
The National Museum of the American Indian is the
sixteenth museum of the Smithsonian Institution. It is
the first national museum dedicated to the preservation,
study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature,
history, and arts of Native Americans. Established by an
act of Congress in 1989, the museum works in
collaboration with the Native peoples of the Western
Hemisphere to protect and foster their cultures by
reaffirming traditions and beliefs, encouraging
contemporary artistic expression, and empowering
the Indian voice.
America on the Move will align with the emphasis on
transportation in 5th and 8th grade curriculum but
that comes towards the end of the 5th grade guide.
There is a new exhibit, "The Price of Freedom:
Americans at War" from the 1750s to the recent past
The Festival is held outdoors on the National Mall of
the United States in Washington, D.C., between 7th and
14th Streets, near the Smithsonian museums. There is
no admission charge for Festival events. Visitors should
dress for very hot and humid weather.
Festival program books, which include daily schedules,
will be sold at the site. Visitors may purchase Middle
Eastern and other program-related lunches, snacks,
and dinners from Festival food concessions.
A variety of objects produced byFestival artisans
and a selection of related books and recordings will be
available at the Festival Marketplace on the Mall-side
lawn of the Freer Gallery of Art.
15th & F Streets
(across from U.S. Treasury) (202) 347-4800
Restaurants & Institutions’ Top 100 Independent
The Old Ebbitt Grill ranks seventh in the top 100
restaurants list posted in April 2004 by Restaurants
& Institutions. In all, two Clyde's restaurants made
the top 100 list, with Tower Oaks Lodge debuts at 67.
Depart for Williamsburg
2 hours, 25 minutes Total Est. Distance: 148.73 miles
Please visit to preview Williamsburg visit
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
P. O. Box 1776
Williamsburg, VA 23187-1776
Located next to the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor
Center Bookstore, the Educational Resource Center
offers a centralized location to obtain teaching materials.
Some items available for sale at the center
include: lesson plans, videos, children's literature,
eacher's resource books, and reproduction artifacts
and documents such as the Virginia Gazette, and the
Virginia Declaration of Rights.
* Admission to the Governor’s Palace (Guided Tour)
* Admission to the Magazine (Guided Tour)
* Admission to the Courthouse (simulation)
* Admission to Bassett Hall
* Colonial Explorer Activities
* Orientation Walk
* Complimentary Historic Area shuttle bus service
* Viewing of the movie short Williamsburg: The
Story of a Patriot
* Free Parking at the Visitor Center
Lunch 11:30 – noon/on site Workshop - noon - 2:00
Tour Yorktown 2:30 - 4:30
2018 HOLIDAY DR
Educational Tour of Monticello
Please visit to download education packets
Total Est. Time: 35 minutes Total Est. Distance: 26.01 miles
Guided tours of FT. Boonesborough, KY
& Kentucky River museum
Depart for Dayton
AR Meijer’s (Adjacent to WSU)