Courtyard by Marriott Potomac Mills
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... Abe then rode our luck with the weather and walked alongside the river back to the hotel. All in all we walked 7 miles from the Newseum alone, so goodness knows how many we did in the whole day! We had a nice dinner back at the hotel (didn't arrive home until 8pm!). Then we had our own 'Water-gate' saga in Washington. Peter was under the impression we had no drinks in our room and tomorrow is going to be a big driving day so he thought ...
... were all on roller blades. Very ambitious I thought considering that the roads and footpaths around here are very uneven and rather busy. The Capital is a splendid example of architecture like so many of the buildings here and was surrounded by lawns and fountains and gardens. I managed to get a photo of it from behind a gorgeous pink Rhododendren. There is a large pool in front of it and various statues ...
... here. I just looked out of the visitor information window, past a set of rocking chairs to a view of green space onto the pier which took my gaze out to sea. For us, a view like that says it all. We tell her we are here to discover places like this and meet people just like her. Off the main drag, it's a hidden treasure. We felt like we were the only ones in this town. This place has in fact been discovered by Hollywood. Over 49 films and tv series have been filmed in this ...
... went into Cambodia & Laos. No mention of the heavy bombings that devasted most of the north of the latter or indeed the use of chemical warfare. I guess they only have so much space to tell a tale... Next is a mention of the first Iraq war, where the World Police stepped in after Iraq popped into Kuwait for some oil. Then the second Iraq war where America performed a 'pre-emptive strike'. Classy. Then a bit about the Medal of Honor and that's the war stuff sorted. Not that that ...
... at 8:30. That's when they start selling tickets. 9:00 is the first tour. I was on the second. And I also wanted to beat the crowds. And I was the 10th car in the parking lot. By the time I left two hours later, there were hundreds of cars and many busses as well. I love it when a plan comes together. One more reason. It was 98 degrees here today. Go early and beat the heat. It all worked out.
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