BEST WESTERN Fort Washington Inn
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... section divided according to region and climate. Quite an amazing orchid collection in particular.
From there we walked, walked, walked… first over through the sculpture garden of the Museum of Art, then the White House, then to the far end of the Mall to the Lincoln Memorial and the war memorials… Vietnam, Korea and WWII. By then we were pretty pooped, so were wondering what to do for a couple of hours until the bus.
We chose the ...
... moral code that he would have bind society against the problems created by exactly that pursuit, modern man (and woman) has apparently performed his own act of transubstantiation. He has taken longstanding morality about sex, and substituted it onto food. The all-you-can-eat buffet is now stigmatized; the sexual smorgasbord is not.
In the end, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the rules being drawn around food receive some force from the fact ...
... and always said hello. I really made some great bonds with these kids so I was really enjoying spending time with them during the day and in the evening activities. The only problem we were having at camp though was that the numbers of international campers were outnumbering the American. So English was not the first language being spoken and sometimes when French kids were together or Spanish kids etc they would speak in their native language and you would have no ...
... tomb of the Unknown Soldiers so you can't get up close to it. But there was a huge crowd present and you could've heard a pin drop. Everyone was ordered to stand for the changing ceremony. I had goosebumps throughout the ceremony. Again, I am yet to see such honor and patriotism any where else. The ceremony must've lasted for about 15 minutes and included an inspection of the new and 'old' guard's uniform and bayonet. I eventually left the Cemetary ...
... symbols of the America's struggle for independence at the end of the 18th century. The famous cracked bell is occupied separately at the Independence Mall in Philadelphia and can be visited free of charge. We opted not to go inside and visit the cracked bell as the queue was massive and we only had a limited few hours in the city. Instead we opted to view through the glass outside and then go in a slushy house and get an ice cold slush to ...