Comfort Inn Arlington Boulevard
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Betsy called to invite us to come for dinner because S. and J.were so eager to see us and know we are truly nearby. We arrived as S. was returning from her piano lesson and got BIG hugs from J and S . J. showed us his new guitar he got for his birthday. He showed us how fast he could run and play ball. We looked at the big project the family has been working on re-doing the ...
... to see some old Heinz marketing items, a huge spider the size of a plate and a stuffed bear which Dad entertained me with by saying “shoo you bears” (something he did on a regular basis to Mum in Yosemite).
We made our way back to the hotel to check out just in time for their happy wine hour and then caught the train back to New York. Washington was definitely one of our favourite US city breaks.
We spent the ...
... of taking us out. From there the walk took us on to the Washington Monument (massive phallic symbol) and then to the WWII, Vietnam and Korean War memorials. The WWII one was favourite, I liked the architecture and I think it was the most tasteful. There were lots of vets there too paying their respects. One thing America has right over the UK is the esteem in which their armed forces and veterans are held. It was then on to the ...
... of the garden we walked towards Grant's Memorial and pond where we took photos and Zoe spoke to the duck wadding by.
"The Ulysses S. Grant Memorial is a presidential memorial in Washington, D.C., honouring American Civil War general and U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. It sits at the base of Capitol Hill, below the west front of the United States Capitol". (Wikipedia)
With a walk back up the hill and dragging Zoe the entire way. We headed to the closest ...
... We then stood at the edge of the memorial to the preserver of the Union, and across the Potomac to the plantation house of Confederate general Robert E. Lee. The last thing we did was walk past the 58,000 inscriptions of the Vietnam Memorial whilst a father pointed out a relative's names to his young children.
On Tuesday morning my host and I visited the Lee House (with some pretty stunning views of the capital) and Arlington National Cemetery. ...