Courtyard by Marriott Potomac Mills
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... br> Very nice and interesting is the National Geographic Society's Explorer Hall. It's a photography museum, covering National Geographic works. The entrance fee are 11 USD and the pictures are stunning.
After all the museums, we wanted to take a walk in the city for a change. We chose to explore the Georgetown a bit, which turned out to be lovely. It's filled with great shops, coffeeshops and nice restaurants. A very good place for a Sunday stroll! :-)
... it was nice to get some sunshine & pictures. We have to meet everyone downstairs at 6.30pm to discuss plans for the next couple of days. Hotel room is nice but unfortunately you have to pay for the wifi, so I'll have to use the lobby where if is free!!! Oh & if Mel falls out of bed she will probably hurt herself as they are really high, no lie they should supply ...
... 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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The mercury hit 84 degrees as we waited for our driver to pick us up. We had been invited to attend a special gala lunch at the White House. On arrival we took a few snaps of the building, it is very white. Lunch done it was off to see a couple of museums. First on the list was the American History Museum. We checked out Edison's first light ...
... was a hopeless task from the start, forts being harder to sink than ships and US casualties totalled 2 injured. In the morning, The Star Spangled Banner was still flying, which put an end to such attempts at biffing. The principal result of the whole engagement (of 1814) was a poem that eventually became the National Anthem.
The principal result of the war as a whole was disaster for the Native Americans. After all, the Government had to take it out on ...