Chief Logan Lodge, Hotel & Conference Center
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... which we had to merge with. All if this was with the traffic constant and going relatively fast - hence the quote above. We got to the hotel and our room was lovely! We had a corner suite with a view of the Capitol, which was much nicer than the one we had last time - a backwards-facing room with a view of the One Direction concert. We sat down with a couple of drinks and relaxed for the evening before getting ready for our last full day in the USA!! That's all from us, over and ...
... was mostly obscured by sheeting that from below looked like a giant white donut. We also walked through an underground tunnel to the Library of Congress. The Library of Congress was established in 1800 to house books to be used by Congress. The initial collection of books and maps were housed in the original Capitol Building and were destroyed when the British burned the building. Thomas Jefferson offered his personal library as a replacement and a new building, built in ...
... 365 days a year by Tomb Guard Sentinels. The Sentinels, all volunteers, are considered to be the best of the elite 3rd US Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) based at Fort Myer, VA.
I also visited the area where those who have been cremated are interred as Sandy Neilson's dad is there so went and paid my respects to him.
Arlington really is worth seeing - ...
... am sitting here now with a well earned coffee, achy feet and a head full of happy memories :-) Evening meal together at Lavagna, an Italian restaurant to return to - but the comedy highlight of the evening was Chris' present to me of Naughty Word sweets (see the picture). I love the fact that he retains the Big Kid in him Tomorrow sees another half day in Washington before heading back to Philadelphia.....I have seen such a lot in these last ...
... saddened that there are so many of them.
Between the memorials is the Reflecting Pool, empty , leading up to the Lincoln Memorial. The Lincoln Memorial does get a point (6). Big Abe does look ever so grand in his chair, the museum is pretty weak but it guaranteed a point by being shelter from the snow.
A quick walk out to the Tidal Basin took us out (through some heavy sidewind and yes still snow) past the Thomas Jefferson Memorial and out to Martin Luther ...