Comfort Inn Dahlgren
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... dinner with friends. That is a part of history that not everyone gets to enjoy.
Descending from the mansion area toward the pier, we stopped to pay our respects at the Washington crypt. It is both eerie and fascinating.
A little farther below the crypt is the monument to the slaves. I had not viewed the monument on my previous visit. I am not sure what I was expecting, but I found it to be a ...
... used for laundry, cooking and tending of the garden, stables and farm by their black servants. Some distance from the mansion are the location of George and Martha’s tomb (George died in the home in 1799 and Martha 2 1/2 years later). A slave memorial and garden nearby honours those who worked for the family.
George Washington was an interesting character. He was versatile in employment with careers including:- surveyor, builder, ...
... more of a Founding Son, but did fight in the Revolution. Monroe was probably best known for what was called The Monroe Doctrine. It in essence said, there will be no more intervention by old world powers in North America. It was actually used by JFK during the Cuban missile crisis in 1962. Monroe too died on July 4...1831. His grave is interesting. You might think he is in jail. The grave is surrounded by bars. It almost looks like a bird ...
... and a snack, we made our way to the gate and on our plane. As I sit here and type, I am 30,000 feet in the air and just enjoyed a lunch of beef and vegetables (well, I use the word “enjoy” very lightly… it’s airplane food after all). So far, the flight has been great for the two hours we’ve been on.
This was by far the best spring break I’ve had. Yes, the weather wasn’t quite “spring” break material, ...
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 ...