The Wayside Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shop around the corner on 14th Street, before sadly leaving our homely apartment. To save hauling our baggage around DC on our last day here, we were able to securely leave our luggage at Union Station, where we would later collect bags and to travel to the Dulles International Airport for our London flight via Frankfurt. While downtown in DC we had a look inside the Capitol Building visitor centre, we could learn about the history of the Capitol including the evolution of ...
... is a bit hazy, Lee led the South in the Civil War, and Arlington is actually in Virginia not DC. Anyhow after Lees defeat the Union buried their soldiers on his property and in a nutshell that's how it came to be what it is today. Just missed Obama at the cemetery, saw his cavalcade as it left, o well. After Arlington I headed back to Union Station for my return to NYC and some sleep. It was a 24 hour trip in total and I'm looking forward to actually sleeping in my hotel ...
... morning was an early start for the 25 minute walk to the Capitol Building where Jenny had organised a tour. It is an amazing building with a very interesting history. To stand under the dome is inspiring for its sheer size, impressive paintings, statues and the fact that it is the centre of the city (geographical & politically). From there we visited one of the Library of Congress buildings, another amazing building with ornate decoration throughout and ...
... like smallpox, then took their lands - all very interesting. It was not only about the Red Indian but also the S American Indian and the Alaskan Inuits, about how they survived by living with nature and learning to use everything it gave them with love and restraint. The first European didn't know how to use the gifts that nature gave them and they foolishly did not listen to the advice the friendly indigenous people tried to give them. ...