Clarion Inn Leesburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wednesday we took a trip into Washington DC. We did a walking tour starting in front of the White House (which was packed with visitors all clambering to take photos) and then to see the different memorials – World War II, Korean, Lincoln (including the Reflecting Pool), Vietnam and George Washington followed by an extremely welcome sit down in the cool of the Natural History Museum café. Steve said he was impressed with ...
... The weather has been cold with a few warmer days. In Boston we saw snow remnants and the days were gray and the trees were bare, During our train trip we kept looking for some signs of spring and found little to none through Rhode Island, Connecticut,
New York, and Pennsylvania. When began to see faint color in the trees, but the gray winter ...
... of space and all they have been and are doing up there.
- The US Capitol Building
- The National Museum of American History was very enteratining and I could have spent a lot longer there. It contains a lot of pop culture items including Dorothy's ruby slippers from the Wizard of Oz, Miss Piggy and other things such as dresses from First Ladies over time. Alex and I raced all over the museum trying to find the ruby slippers before we ...
... 160;As a rule I never take photos in the art museum because I'd rather look at the art in real life instead of through a screen and I don't like taking a picture I can find for free online that is usually better than what I take. However, for the sake of blogging, I did take one picture of some Toulouse-Lautrecs. Photos were not allowed in Andrew Wyeth, so I suggest you look him up online. I quickly ...
... to see more :( It was fantastic as they were free too - which also meant packed! They form part of the Smithsonian - a number of museums that come under the Smithsonian banner and are all free - as the Americans feel that it needs to educate as many as possible as many times as possible and this is the best way - something I think by the crowds we've seen the last few days - must be working. Either way - we appreciated the 'freeness' ...