Comfort Inn Dahlgren
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Continuing down the river, one keeps looking for the first glimpse of the Mount Vernon estate. The first view from the river is postcard spectacular.
When we disembarked, we received tickets for our tour of the mansion. Printed on the tickets was the time, 12:30. That meant we could get in line for the mansion tour any time after 12:30. We walked from the dock to the shuttle bus. The shuttle took us to ...
... stones started building themselves into a wall. The lyre is a stringed instrument originally made of a tortoise shell with anywhere from three to twelve strings. It is played with a plectrum, or pick. All the strings were strummed, but the player would press down the strings that he didn't want to be heard. The lyre was distantly related to the harp. The lyre migrated to Europe, but became rarer in medieval times to be replaced by the lute ...
... me! Geez!!!
Eventually made it up to Woodbridge, VA. Holiday Inn Express. Sat at a bar blogging and having a beer. Now that's what I call the perfect ending to a perfect day!!!
Tomorrow, my favorite President....Washington's Mount Vernon, plus Arlington (two Presidents there) and Woodrow Wilson's grave! Hope tomorrow is as good as today!
Stay safe my friends!
... and then the Gospel. There was no sacraments given at this particular church, so that, on top of the fact that they didn’t do all the readings, I now understood why they thought mass was only going to last an hour. However, with the problems at the beginning of mass, it did run about an hour and a half. In any event, it still felt like home and I totes love Cheryl for being so thoughtful in her church choices during my visit!
We headed back to ...
Our visits to Washington D.C. were the most memorable. So much to see and so little time. We explored the National Zoo, White House, Washington memorial, Veteran's Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, the Smithsonian, National Art Gallery, the National museum of History and the Museum of air and space. We also went to Washington ...