Chief Logan Lodge, Hotel & Conference Center
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... interesting trip with great commentary again, learning lots about DC and America overall. We spent some time at both the South and North faces of the White House, still not that impressive in the flesh to what you'd expect and the way it's portrayed on TV and in movies etc... Just a big house really. A quick lunch and back on the bus, this time around to the Lincoln monument, which is very impressive at the bottom of the reflecting pool at the end of the ...
... and manicured and and... and NICE the whole day that
nothing could have prepared me for Adam's Morgan. I had never heard of it but
even if I had... nothing could have described the life.. the energy... the
vivacity of Adam's Morgan. It was a street full of options.. and the
interesting part was.. my options were not restaurants or cuisines... they seemed
to be.. Countries! Yes.. Countries... It was like the funnest UN area.. There
was Brazilian, French, ...
... need every Sunday for a year to get around the whole lot of them to really do them justice. We were disappointed in the American Indian museum and even though it is in a huge building it seemed to be devoid of much of a display of what we were expecting to see. Tonight we are going off on a group dinner and tomorrow before we depart for the airport we are going to Mount Vernon to see George Washington's home which is sixteen miles ...
... then there's a change over ceremony that we have to stand up for and pay respect. The tomb of the unknown solider pays tribute to all of the unidentified soldiers that died and were buried in the Korean, WW1 and WW2. Sergeants of the army chose one unknown solider from each war and sent their bodies to Washington. After the cemetery we walked over to Lincoln memorial, the map stated that we were clearly in Virginia when we were at the cemetery and then crossed back into DC once ...
... which was exciting! The quick trip around DC on the Trolley was in order to get back to the Hotel for their free Happy Hour, obviously we took full advantage of!! As I had been to DC before we decided to split up so Trace got on the Trolley to see the Memorials and Arlington Cemetery which was the highlight for her. I went to Old Town in Alexandria which was a quaint little town not far from the ...