Country Inn & Suites Andrews Air Force Base
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Leslie, Joe's very sharp and smart wife came in shortly and
was the best person evvvver to ask what I could do for the evening? She had an
air of confidence and sophistication that just could not be ignored. The pair
had diligently laid out brochures of all kinds for their guests to be able to
plan exactly what they wanted. I figured where to go and how to get there
easily for the next day and then asked her what could I do on my first night ...
... flag that was the inspiration for the Star-Spangled Banner. We had no idea that it still existed. Then we went to an area that had lots of historical ideas collected and or donated to the Smithsonian. Dorothy's ruby slippers from the Wizard of Oz, Apple II computer ('Ted wrote his Masters thesis on one just like it). Tony Hawks first skate board, Julia Child's kitchen, First Ladies’ inaugural ball gowns and china picked for the White House, famous ...
... Address and had coincidentally just heard the Declaration of Independence read out before I saw the similar sentiments in the Address.
I wandered back via the White House before ducking in to the E street cinema for Ralph Fiennes' joy-filled comedic turn in the Grand Budapest Hotel. Wonderful.
This week's cinema: Inside Llewyn Davis-bleak. See it.
Grand Budapest Hotel-joyful. See it
Reading: Terry Pratchett, The Wee Free ...
... and Denise Regan. They were on the New England tour with us. Lovely people and they have a son named Sean born on 14 February the same year as our Sean.
After lunch we went to the Law Enforcement Memorial and The Capitol before walking all the way down The Mall to catch the bus stop for the night tour of the city. Bruce and Diana waited there whilst Mark and I walked ...
... took us past a number of sites including the White House, The National Archives (site of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution), Union Station, The US Capitol Building and the Library of Congress, Washington Monument and too the Lincoln Memorial. We go off the bus at this most famous site and caught a shuttle bus to a most sacred site, Arlington Cemetery. Instead of walking around this massive site we caught a tour bus which took ...