Candlewood Suites Washington, Dulles Herndon
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... we knew it we were headed from Baltimore to the District of Columbia.
Many people teased me when they heard how excited I was for this trip to the capitol. They asked how I could be so excited for a trip in the states when I have done so much traveling abroad? Well, the butterflies in my tummy were fluttering just as crazy when we drove past the White House as they were when I saw Angkor Wat in Cambodia or Tikal in Guatemala! It is ...
... House Down" that we watched on the plane.
It's a magnificent building, loved it and so took heaps of photos.
Walked a few blocks to Chinatown. Wasn't nearly as full on as New York's Chinatown. Went to the Big New Wong for a real Chinese meal. I had sweet and sour chicken which would go down as the best I've ever had in my life. The sauce was to die for.
Walked back to the apartment. All read our books, so nice that the boys have finally picked up their ...
From our hotel we walked about 10 min to the metro station. We decided to do the all day tickets but the price has gone up substantially from the printing of our guide book. We took the subway in to near the White House then started to explore the city. We had a tour scheduled at the Department of Interior at 2:00 so we wanted to see as much as we could before that. We saw the first floor of the National Museum of American History ...
... Air and Space Museum for a free lecture in the Planetarium. The poor boy could **********tain his excitement. We lined up early and found ourselves some optimal viewing seats and made ourselves comfortable. Then the rest of the audience entered, along with their teachers and guardians. Once light dimmed and the show began we realised pretty quickly that this was a children's school seminar. The host entered the room and excitedly announced we were heading on a mission ...
... It was quickly ratified and in 1913 it became a part of the U.S. Constitution as the Sixteenth Amendment. Taft shortly left office afterwards. The 16th Amendment still effects people today. There is a lot of controversy over paying too much in taxes these days.
My advice is for presidents is to not raise taxes to much and put the correct amount per income they get.