Courtyard by Marriott Waldorf
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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So this morning we woke up to only blue skies, so decided to recap our route yesterday and finish up what we missed when fleeing the rain. But first, breakfast time. In true American style we ventured into Columbia Heights to have pancakes at iHop before setting ofF back down 14th street. Back down to The Whitehouse and across to monument to retake less grey and foggy, more bright and cheery photos. Straight down from the monument you can catch the WW2 ...
... The evening highlight was indeed the highlight because we got to meet our soon-to-be new niece, Melanie, for dinner and she drove us around to see the night lights of the memorials before returning us to our car. What a wonderful person. Sraddha's neice passed away last year unexpectedly leaving her husband and 4 little girls to deal with living. Now they will soon have a new mother ...
... there. It's located on the north side of the building, adjacent to the area where the plane crashed. The memorial has an unusual design. Each victim's name is on a bench-like structure, arranged in a pattern according to birthdate.
Next we went on to the memorial featuring the statue of the five U.S. Marines raising the flag over Iwo Jima. Also visiting the site were two busloads of WWII ...
... We made it to Arlington which was THE number one place we both wanted to see. Amazing! It goes on for miles! Marker after marker of soldiers and their spouses. The soldiers name is often seen on one side, the spouses name on the other.
We went and paid our respects to the Kennedy's, then headed to the Tomb of the Unknown.
We were there for the changing of the guards, the placing of the wreath by wheelchair bound old vets, and the playing of ...
... by some hillbilly in Memphis in 1968.
Just down the road was the Jimmy Carter Center. President of the United States from 1977 to 1981, Carter’s administration saw through a major energy crisis and the 1979 American embassy takeover in Iran that lasted 444 days. This meant little to us as we were only keen to check out the exact ...