Channel Inn Hotel
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A true story of what an open mind to opportunity yields. We had lunch with a SigEp alumni who was able to connect us with VIP tickets to the annual Capital Concert on the west lawn of the capital building. We saw Barry manilow, hunter Hayes, KC and the Sunshine Band, Alabama, and of course the giant fireworks ...
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Traylor and I left for the UK 5ish days ago now!
My father and I arrived at the airport around 1:30PM and waited for Traylor until 2:30 PM. We checked our bags and our parents talked for a bit. After exchanging American dollars for English Pounds ...
... which told of a soldier who was captured in Vietnam, held as a POW for several years, escaped on new years eve, and was killed by terrorists the Phillippines14 years later. There are many many stories in that Cemetary.
We visited the tomb of the unknown soldier where there is a guard on duty 24 hours a day 7 days a week. This soldier marches in a straight line about 20 paces, pauses, turns around, ...
... reverence, with people speaking in hushed tones, sharing stories, memories or perhaps just thoughtful silence. I wore my "Vietnam Veteran" hat, shook a lot of hands, exchanged a lot of “Welcome home” wishes, and read a bunch of notes, letters, and posters written to loved ones that were arranged along the foot of the Wall. It helps heal the bitter memories of a time when our nation was divided, its heroes spit ...
We spent the day at the Newseum which was pretty spectacular. 6 levels of amazing exhibits on news coverage from early early days on. So things on the Sedition Act, a truly horrifying and moving area on 9/11 coverage, Pulitzer Prize photos from 1942 on, coverage of the civil rights movement, fallen ...