Chief Logan Lodge, Hotel & Conference Center
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... we heard what seemed to be shouting, unusual in the security conscious Capitol building. Turns out there was an unauthorised demonstration against Guantonomo Bay by a dozen or so protestors, the police starting pouring in with plastic flexicuffs and after giving them warnings and plenty of time, they proceeded to arrest them all and cart them away!! We proceeded through the tunnel to the Library of Congress which has the ...
... are either about buy this and that or with advertising for Broadway Shows. The gods and goddesses of the greenback live in Times Square! I loved the homeless...and their sense of humour within the insanity of it all. They were very honest. One guys sign said: “NEED MONEY FOR POT...WHY LIE?” The background on his cardboard sign was tastefully painted in the traditional Rasta colors for added punch. New York subways are pretty much inaccessible for anyone ...
America’s National Gallery of Art is an impressive
neoclassical building standing prominently on the National Mall nearer to the
Capitol than most of the other Smithsonian museums. The buildings entire upper
floor is dedicated to paintings from the early Renaissance through early
Modernism – art from Giotto to Picasso. The museum is well planned out; to
follow the main floor’s rooms by number through ...
... brought! Went out for food, found a nice Irish whiskey restaurant and say outside. The weather here is a lot cooler than anywhere else we have been; not cold but just right! Your not sweating every step you take! We are near to a university as there are lot of 'typical students' we fitted right in! Although every time we sit down for food the restaurant seems to empty, It must be that stale smell we are carrying around with us the 'typical traveller' smell ...
... house to get a photo of it at night. There were no blockades or signs indicating we could not walk in front of the white house, but we were abruptly stopped by security guards who told us we could not walk in front of the white house at that time. I felt sorry for the family who we passed as we were exiting the area because they had small children and we heard the guards bark at them also in a very unpleasant tone. Oh well...