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We had a great nights sleep and had an inclusive breakfast. There was a hash meaty thing, couldn't eat it. The toast was nice as was a chipped potato dish. Darren had a quadruple helping of WAAAAFFFFLLLLEEESS!!!! Over the mass produced coffee plunger things. Gross! We went by metro to the museums, 20 minute journey. Air and Space. Cooper went crazy, it was easy just to follow him and to allow Darren time to spend seeing the displays. ...
... black House now". My jaw dropped, it's another world here. We have noticed a lot of segregation.
After seeing all the war memorials & buildings we visit the Air & Space Museum. It's free entry & was cool to have a look around for about an hour. We had been walking & on our feet for about 5 or 6 hours at this point so we head back for dinner.
Try to get a table at Jaleo which is a Spanish tapas restaurant that Hillary recommended. ...
Woke to a rainy, foggy day. Had reserved a tour of Congress. Once again, great tour. Real, unadulterated history. Only problem, Reps and Senate rooms not open. Nonetheless, great experience. Planned to take drive to see some of countryside. Went to Annapolis. Home of US Naval Academy, capital of Maryland, perched on Chesapeake Bay and sailing Mecca. Could barely see bay through fog and rain, but somehow added to occasion. Talked our way onto Naval Academy using Jason's ...
With the Government Shutdown, Washington DC is virtually closed. We'd planned on going to different Smithsonian Museums but of course they're all closed. Washington could have ended up being a major disappointment except for the one thing we found that was open - the Newseum.
It was 6 stories high and was all about the history of news and was one of the most amazing places I've been. We spent hours there. They had actual newspapers there dating right back to the 1500's ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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