Comfort Inn at Andrews AFB
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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October 17, 2014
This morning we woke ready to see Lancaster County, PA. We showered and got ready to pull out of our spot after eating some oatmeal with homemade applesauce and maple flakes. Ted is not a fan of oatmeal but when prepared and nothing else is made he will eat it. He finished Sheree's Philly Cheesesteak as well and that …
... when "ten people from all languages and nations will grasp hold of – indeed, grab – the robe of one Jew and say, “Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.” (Jer 8:23). May that time come so soon!!
We took a few tourist shots throughout the day- the essential ones of Capitol Hill (although undergoing renovations its still quite an impressive building) the Washington Monument and the White house ...
... friend of theirs that we've now had the pleasure to meet. After brunch Alexis helped us buy train tickets, (actually she paid for the tickets) and told us which station to go to for the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum.
We ended up spending the whole afternoon at the museum. It is a fantastic museum, with great exhibits from early flight and astronomy to space missions. We also tried our hand at a fighter plane ...
... the tour. First to the Crypt - originally designed to entomb the body of George Washington when he died, but it wasn't finished at the time he died. It's other purpose is to provide the strength to support the large dome you see at the top of the Capitol building. Then there is also the statue called "Freedom" that stands on top of the dome. Next was the Rotunda - which is inside the Capitol building under the dome. Unfortunately it was maintenance time for ...
... of people, hanging on every word.
It was at this time we were joined by Scott, an old writing
friend. He came forward and got me in a hug. I’m not really a hugger, but it
wasn’t the hug that was bothering me. It was the fact that I was perched
precariously on the top step. I could easily have taken the quick way down.
As a group, we wandered over to the Vietnam War Memorial.
Over 50,000 names adorn ...