Comfort Inn at Joint Base Andrews
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... the top and work your way down to the bottom. From there we saw great views, old newspapers that marked historic days in the globe, short films, wars and many many more interesting artefacts. They even have things that were found in the wreckage of 9/11. Like passports, phones and they even managed to get the mast at the top of one of the twin towers! I also found a really cool badge in the gift shop that we got from the News Museum. The whole time was a learning lots of ...
... Emily didn't mind the noise. Emily liked riding the underground train and was sad when we exited. But knowing we were headed to the zoo helped her forget all about the train.
We walked from the metro station to the zoo and hatched a plan to go to the far end of the zoo and start there then work our way back. The only stop we made on the way was to see the zebra and Emily was delighted. It was neat to see a real zebra, they look just ...
... me through. Next, we stopped at FDR Memorial. Although this memorial isn't my favorite site, I really liked the many opportunities it provided to take artistic photos. The thing I liked about it most was how dynamic the walk-through was and how it represented the different aspects of FDR's life. I also admired the struggle and emotion that was emulated through the statues, painting a clear picture of what reality was at the time of the Great Depression. Afterward, our tour stopped at ...
... The snowstorm was coming in from the north so trains heading that way were starting to get delayed by midday, those coming in from that area and heading south were just starting to get held up, ours by just ten minutes so all in all it was a hassle free trip. We did get asked by a radio news crew where we were headed as they needed to interview passengers heading towards New York and Boston; alas we missed out on our ...
... back to our hotel to get ready to head out again for dinner. It is a wonderful place that was originally established in 1856. It has moved a number of times over the years with its final move occurring in 1983 into what was once the B.F.Keith's Theatre. It has a Beaux-Arts facade and internally there are mahogany and velvet booths and four bars.
We selected the Oyster Bar as our bar of choice, not that we eat oysters but it was a great bar to do ...