Country Inn & Suites Woodbridge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pitango gelato. It was delish :) Over the next few days Day 2- US holocaust museum, the Capitol Hill, art gallery, chef geoffs. Day 3- Air and space museum, searched for halal kebob felafel for lunch while pip explored anotherrrrrrr museum... On American history..... I went shopping and met up with them to continue on to Chinatown to eat some pho for dinner, then pitango gelato. Day ...
... of marble, carefully crafted on an overlook that formed the basis of John and Jackie Kennedy's grave. Around the corner, out of view there was a mown piece of lawn, with a small wooden white cross (unusual, as nearly all the graves in the cemetery were slabs of marble). Underneath was a small inscribed piece of marble that declared the grave as that of Bobby Kennedy. Spectacular in it's simplicity. We left the cemetery and drove through Washington (not simple) to the ...
... whole cemetery is a beautiful tribute to all of the servicemen and women of the U.S. and even their families can be buried there with them. It was so nice to see most people being quiet and respectful as they wandered through the grounds, although some them should have worn more appropriate T-shirts! There were stunning views of the Capitol building and the Washington monumnent from various vantage points and also of the ...
... it - stupid hey, I suppose we wanted something tangible after the memories fade and the photos aren't look at any more.
Anyway, this ends an amazing day filled with fun, laughter, sober and reflective moments and taking a walk through the history books, learning a lot more than we ever thought we could, it goes to show that if you open yourself up to the wonderments of the world and all it has to offer, despite how scary and unpredictable that ...
... cemetery. A pleasant experience, if not as enthralling as being alone with Jefferson.
I was running a little late, (2:00 pm) but was pretty sure I could make it to Richmond in about an hour and I knew the cemetery I was visiting was open until 5:00. I was fine. Well, until I listened to Jill, my Garmin. She took me on a wild back road ride which included 2.5 miles of gravel road over Chicken Mountain!!! Say what??? I finally got to ...