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... about 8pm. Tedious. We took two or three hour shifts, with the non-driving one taking naps in the back bench seat. Checked in to the Residence Inn (Marriot) in Cryistal City, five minutes from the airport and also close to the old homefront in Arlington, just off Glebe Road.
Picked up eldest son Lawrence (29) and new fiancÚ Sasha, who flew in Thursday morning from Miami. Had the buffet breakfast at the ...
... Memorials. Arrived at Arlington and walked up the hill to watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony. We were just a bit late and it had already started so we didn't have a very good view. Once the ceremony was over, many people left but we moved over towards the middle to get a better view of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Whilst there, 2 extra soldiers appeared and we discovered that there was to be a wreath laying ceremony with 4 local Girl Guides ...
... with the famous statue of him seated; Roosevelt and finally Jefferson. By this time it was sunset and we decided to walk to the metro to go back to the 8th St restaurants. We thought we would try Ted's family Restaurant on Alexis's recommendation but it was closed so we tried the next closest one which was Italian. It was a good choice as the food was reasonably priced and very good. It was around 10 pm by the time we got home, so a long day and LOTS of walking. ...
... to lions and tigers. They even had a panda, but he was sleeping so we didn't see him. We also saw some wild deer running around in the elephant pen. You would think that if you were a free animal, you'd want to stay that way, but I guess a zoo has food, and if you broke in, you could probably break out too.
After the zoo, we headed back to Vlad's place to pick up his GF, who would be joining us for a drive around city tour of D.C. Our first stop ...
... lost sons whose bodies were never recovered and the idea was to provide a place for the families to grieve. Three additional graves are there for WWII, the Vietnam War and the Korean War. There are no graves for later conflicts as the numbers of casualties have not been as high and due to technology advances all those who have died can be identified. These graves are guarded 24/7 by a team of soldiers. Every half hour in summer and every hour in ...