Country Inn & Suites Capitol Heights
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- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... foyer, I could only dream of taking photos like that. They had an impressive display of magazine covers in their auditorium foyer as well.
After we had finished at the National Geographic, we dumped our loot back at the Hotel and headed out for a leisurely exploration of the local area. Kat is mad about all the old style buildings and there are a lot of them so we have a lot of photos of old buildings. Just up the street from the Hotel ...
... wandering around for about an hour. We hopped on the bus to make our way as far as we could to an Irish Bar on New Hampshire Street. It meant hopping on a couple of buses and the second bus driver was not so happy about us wanting to get on the bus along with several other people but he finally conceded and let all of us on the bus to drop us not far from where we wanted to be. He was worthy of a tip so we did and he was very appreciative. We made our way to the Irish bar ...
... and claustrophobic. - National Museum of Natural History - I'm glad it was free. Why this is the most visited museum in North America is beyond me. If you're interested in dinosaur bones and seeing the world's largest blue diamond, which I was, then it's worthwhile. - National Gallery of Art - now this is a gallery I would've gladly paid entry to. Loads of impressionist pieces (my fav and heaps of Degas' sculptures which I loved). They have a lot of the big names there ...
... ahead to get back to the dock but we got caught in the storm right as we were docking. As we were getting off the boat lightning struck about 200 feet away and the rain was torrential. We ran to the closest restaurant-only about 30 feet from the boat, and the staff graciously opened the door and waved us in. As soon as we were in I saw that this was not a cheap place. I wanted to buy something for the ...
... person who understood more than this veteran did. I could see in his face the reflection of empathy for the hardships he knew my family and I are experiencing. He didn't know me and he didn't have to. That is the sole reason I honor men like him. Our conversation was almost abrupt because I had to step away and hold back a few tears. The whole experience was truly very moving. Our next stop was Arlington National Cemetery. One thing ...