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... would explain, but then I might be here forever. And I also got another sew on patch! After we finished, we took the metro down to the very end of the track, and then hopped on a bus to go to Mount Vernon. This was where George Washington lived. He owned this land when his father had passed away. Once he became president he had to move to New York. He would come back every so often so see his family, and eventually, he made ...
... though there were tons of people milling around. We are happy to have arrived and gotten our bearings. We had to laugh because no more had we finished our sandwiches and were quickly striding towards the park than someone stopped and asked us directions. We must look like we know what we're doing. Funny thing was, Bryan was actually able to direct them to the Starbucks they were looking for. Check out the photos to see what we saw today. Thanks for following along on our ...
This memorial represents Thomas Jefferson. Declaration of Independence. James Adams died and said we had Jefferson but little did he know, Jefferson died shortly before Adams did. Jefferson had three goals 1. Liberty 2. Education 3. Pursuit of happiness This place was very beautiful and I loved looking at the building and the stature of Jefferson. I also loved reading the quotes on the walls. Another thing was that it was also very beautiful sitting above the water and looking at the ...
... much people either.
I didn't know there was so many Ambassodors throughout Washington DC. We walked down Embassy road which had lots of Ambassodors and flags. We finally found our hotel. It was so Fancy, It had a pool and a buffo Breakfast and lots of other items.
We had the best dinner I've had in a long time. It was late so we went to a place called Diner. I had dessert which was really good. I was stuffed afterwards. ...
... giving us a sneak peak at a world premiere they are giving on Friday night. The commanding officer Col. Timothy Horan then took questions from the students about life as a 'soldier-musician'. The afternoon was spent in Arlington National Cemetery where we saw the tomb of the unknown soldier, JFK's grave and of course, the thousands of white headstones set against the rolling hills. It was interesting to learn that the cemetery was built ...