Courtyard by Marriott Potomac Mills
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... crossed bridge to women's in war memorial, in Virginia, pentagon, DuPont circle, zoo lights, Indian for dinner. Loved Georgetown!! Great coffee shop in Georgetown, great cupcakes at Sprinkles!!! Cute little English style town! Washington was great, we did loads of walking every day, the weather was great, lots of nice food and loads to see. Holocaust museum a highlight of it ...
... the city to get something to eat - it was nearing 4pm and we hadn't had any lunch. We parked up in Georgetown and went into a restaurant called Ted's Bulletin. We were both very happy that we chose this place. It's style was very much 1930's, with historic decor and black and white movies on the TV, but the food was modern. We started off by having the nicest milkshakes you can imagine - yum! The followed our mains, which were really nice. Peter claimed his 'frenchie' ...
... we passed on our way back to the apartment. Of course the Pentagon looks pretty ordinary from the ground and you really need to see it from the air to see the shape. After lunch we ventured back into the Mall on the bikes to visit the American Indians museum. Another stunning example of architecture, although this one only 10 years old so a quite recent addition to the Smithsonian. It featured arfifacts and video displays ...
... you will be rewarded tenfold and be a better person than when you started your journey!!!!! No apologies for the length of this blog - it is what it is as always - but if you have gotten this far, just letting you know that there will be either a very small or no blog tomorrow as the forecast is for rain, lots of it, we have also planned this as one of our "down days" where we just chill in the apartment, do some washing and rest up as New Years Eve is just ...
... 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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