Courtyard By Marriott Chevy Chase
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This morning we decided to go to check out the National Zoo. It's free so at a minimum we were sure to get our moneys worth.
The hotel restaurant is on the 17th floor and has great views. After we had breakfast there we were ready to see if we could navigate the DC metro. Apparently it's the second busiest in the US so we chose a good time to try it out-Sunday morning. The Rosslyn station is about 2 blocks from our hotel, an easy 5 minute ...
... I really admired this memorial because of the way the statues and the faces engraved in the wall spoke volumes of the hardships of war and sacrifice. I really took to heart the phrase engraved on the wall at the site that said "Freedom is not free". Finally, we visited the Capitol building to pray over the nation. You never really realize how many problems our country faces everyday until you pray over them for a minimum of twenty ...
... There are pros and cons to every goodbye.
Since this is my last day writing, I would like to provide you with Faith’s useful phrases (14 is my favorite)::
1. Sawadee-kah= hello/goodbye
2. My name is…= Dee chan chu Bua ka
3. What is your name? = Kun shu a’arai?
4. Nice to meet you= gin dee tee dai roo chak
5. How are you?= kun sabaidee mali?
6. I ...
... and the oldest victim was 71 and many in between.
We then got back on the Met and got off at the Arlington Cemetery. This is where the Nation's veterans are buried. Probably the most visited Section is Section 45 where President John F. Kennedy and his family are buried. The disappointing thing was part of this memorial was under maintenance and was fenced off but we could still see the plaques for JFK, his wife Jackie, son Patrick (I think he lived for ...
... laid out with many smaller rooms and key-coded wall colours and quite wonderful interior garden courtyards with comfortable and elegant lounge chairs and glass tables and central fountains and huge palms etc making for restful interludes to this formidable and surprisingly and delightfully uncrowded but well used Gallery. Of course we were selective about what to look at but stunning Tintorettos,Rubens, Holbein ,van Dyck El Greco, Veronese, Van Gogh, Matisse, Cezanne and ...