Candlewood Suites Manassas
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... his own children rather than confront our common humanity. Thomas Jefferson lived a life that the 21st century American cannot comprehend.
After lunch, we caught the shuttle that took us up the hill to the front steps of Monticello. Jefferson was a man who wanted everything “state of the art” and his home reflects his tinkering and inventiveness. He loved books, he loved writing and he loved to entertain guests and ...
Firstly experiencing issues getting photos loaded, keeps timing out, must be a wifi thing... Today was great. Did a tour of the Capitol (jack was less than impressed), we were all impressed. Then library of congress. We then walked down the mall, peek at the botanical gardens and then some hours at the air and space ...
Decided to go to the National Museum of American History. Looks like rain. By the way, Bus shelter 52 lady is still there talking to herself.
Spent the whole day at this museum. Very very good. These US *******s have packed a lot in in their time. Quite aggressive as they seem to have fought at 16 wars since independence. Very very busy in the museum.
... Finally, Leger gave us a lift back to the hotel and we soon headed to bed.
On our second full day we waited for Millie and Eugene to join us before we headed down to Union Station to get the trolley tour. Getting off at the Lincoln Memorial, it was amazing the sheer size of it. After touring the WWII memorial, Millie and Eugene headed home and we went for lunch with Alex, another wdc member. Margaritas we great, so I didn't mind the spice so much. After ...
... wave after wave of troops to take a difficult position in the 'deep cut'. This was a large gulley open to all sides. Just as he was beginning to make an impression Lees other half (Longstreet) arrived and overwhelmed the North. Without a last stand by some New Yorkers and Pennsylvanian's Pope would have lost his whole army on the final day. This battle finished on Henry Hill like the last one, except this time the North had the ...