Meridian Manor Bed and Breakfast
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We arrived back in DC 1am yesterday. Got to know our neighbourhood a little better. I love the architecture- colourful turreted houses in the Georgian style. Embassies everywhere.
We had a welcome dinner at an amazing house in Virginia last night- although it took a couple of hours to get there.
Today we started at a law firm and met with a key Inn member who focuses on ...
Well - yesterday's walk left my feet a bit tender, so I caught up on some housekeeping - emails, laundry etc.
However managed to go for a short ride in the afternoon after getting the bike out of Stalag 13 (my name for the secure compound which Justin kindly made available for my bike)
On the topic of the bike I need to give him or her a name! - not sure what the protocol is for naming a Harley Male or Female ??).
... There was beautiful carvings all over the walls and astonishing paintings on the ceiling. It was very good but not really my cup of tea.
We had lots of long walks today and we where very tired so we decided to catch the Subway back home. There we went in the pool and played some Arcade games before going back to bed.
... It's intersected by the 2,100ft x 160 ft reflecting pool & WW II Memorial & in the centre is the Washington Memorial. The Smithsonian buildings are between the Monument & US Capital Building. Basically you just walk & walk & walk!!
We really liked the World War II Memorial. It is an oval shape with two 43-foot arches, representing the Atlantic and Pacific at each end of ...
... of the historic sites like the Liberty Bell, George Washington’s first home and the building where they signed the Declaration of Independence. A bit of history happened here.
City Hall in the center of downtown stands tall, presiding over the residents of this historic town.