Comfort Inn & Suites Alexandria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Two days in Washington has flown by...we won't count the day travelling to get here or the delays Mum and Rod had getting their flight from Dallas, TX, to Washington as a day! To compensate for the 12 hours of driving and rest stops, I ordered cupcakes from Georgetown cupcakes to spoil every one and that was our first adventure in …
... of the steeples and it is still under repair.
Saturday afternoon we toured the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. Ended up the night at the Sports Bar before taking the Metrorail home. Super Day!!!!
Sunday we got up early to go to Mass at the Basilica Of The National Shrine Of The Immaculate Conception. Shari, thank you so much for replying to my blog to tell us not to miss going ...
... a Washington Nationals icon. Caricatural figures of Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Taft compete in the race at every home game. Another baseball icon is Jack Norworth's 1908 classic about Katie Casey and her passion for the game, 'Take me out to the Ball Game' which took 15 minutes to write. This iconic jingle is sung at the seventh inning stretch at nearly every ball park in ...
... Library of Congress. The Library of Congress actually consists of 4 different buildings but this one, the Thomas Jefferson Building, is the biggest and most ornate. It first opened in 1897 and is the home to collections of rare books and papers.
Next, I headed over the road to the Capitol Building, the meeting place of the United States Congress, and one of the most recognisable buildings in the world. It opened in 1800 although wasn't fully completed until 1807. All I can ...
... s Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin and Russian President Yassar Arafat. Who could forget the famous handshake between those two men? President Clinton stood looking on in the background, as the momentous occasion unfolded before him.
Israel and the Palestinians had been fighting for decades. They never seemed to agree on anything. They had ...