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On the road to recovery . . . & Universal Studios!
So those of you who know my past . . . I've had a rough tumble on the relationship front. Thats over and I now have an EX.
FYI for those on the divorce front - if you don't have kids and are willing to give up the crappy property - its fairly easy to finalize a divorce.
Seriously - crap made of pressboard and LCD TV's that'll break in a year anyway - are not
worth months of your life. Think of it as an investment in sanity.
All that aside, I've met someone new and fairly awesome!
Team that up with a new job that spoils me both in pay and benefits . . . and I'm . . . wow . . . Happy.
So I would like to take my someone new to Universal Studios to see the Harry Potter world they have there.
My dates are between March 31 - April 8.
The problem is that the airlines are being crazy right now. I'm departing from Washington DC and heading to Florida...and it looks like its cheaper to drive it.
So if I'm going to have to make a 14 hour drive, why not split it up and see some things along the way.
What is there to see on the road from Washington DC to Universal Studios that me and Miss Awesome can visit?
tldr; Going to Universal studios from Washington DC. What stuff is there to see along the way?