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... the side that changes the flow from hard to soft. Well I was just about to hop in the shower and turned the handle and it fell out and there was this huge stream of water coming out the hole and going all over the bathroom. I had to call the front desk and they ended up moving my room. Not exactly the thing you want to have happen near midnight when you have an early start in the morning. But finally got a shower and sorted for the evening. Bring on the walking tours for ...
... a very powerful memorial to the armed forces , next stop the Vietnam memorial controversial at the time but very simple and quite moving in a way just a single black granite V set into the earth with all the names of the fallen inscribed on it . Abraham Lincoln's memorial next then the White House all blocked off from a distance but a few protesters out the front .
By this stage we were more than a little tired but we managed to stagger back via a ...
... We then traveled to DC just a few days before the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington a time in which brave leaders brought people together to demand equality. I thought about how far we as a nation have come and how far we still have to go. As I stood there I flashed back to 16 year old me standing in the same spot looking at the Capitol thinking “I want to work there some day.” I have been so inspired by the courage and strength and determination ...
... years, and is where the Declaration of Independence was signed. It's also where the Liberty Bell lives - we saw it from the outside of the building only - massive queues to get into the actual exhibit! Back on the road and we drove through a few states before finally arriving at our hotel - traffic around here is terrible! After a much needed shower and stretch we were off to Georgetown ...
As soon as we woke up, we were on the way to Arlington National Cemetary. we stayed for two hours and got to hear the army shoot 21 gun shots honoring a burial. we also got to watch the guards change and a French secretary of defense hang the wreath because one of the Unknown Soldiers were identified. after the cemetary, we went to look at the japanese statue. the statue was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility