Days Inn Lanham
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... The 8 pt star is his symbol, and it's on everything. We visited th Carpet Museum.. Carpet making is a very important part of their culture, heritage, and textiles are an portmanteau part of their economy. The curator described the museum as a "generous gift" from Pres Niyazov One display was a yurt, traditional moveable home of the nomads.....where rugs served as furniture ( chair, bed, etc.) They're not used as homes anymore, but many people use them ...
... brother had better sense to name her Ilyse!). But throughout the time that we were in Recife, we were part of, or at least privy to the drama, as Irv would skype Nicole and Nila daily. We all would shout our “hellos” to Nicole and inquire about how she was feeling and the arrival of Ilyse – although we did not know the name at that time. Irving was both ribbed and spoiled for being the father to be! So Recife knew ...
... in the dome. It was under restoration but you could still see the majority of them. They were beautiful. Someday, I just know my Mom's art work will be admired somewhere like that. After the capitol we drove to Ford's theater.
One of the key events in Mr. Dehning's life that set him off on the path of being a history teacher was when he visited Ford's theater as a child back in 1812. Just kidding... about the 1812 bit... ;) ...
Today was a very productive day. We started out by visiting Ford's Theater where we took in a play. Then we quickly went to the National Portrait Gallery and found our founder, Juliette Gordon Low. Next we became spies at the International Spy Museum. My code name is Kitty Kat. From there we took the metro and headed to the National Mall where we visited the Museum of Natural History and American History. But wait there's more - from there we went to see the Washington ...
... Newseum, before we headed to Chinatown for lunch, we stopped by National Archives for a brief visit. Lunch in Chinatown was very nice. We ate at an authentic noodle place where we were served noodles swimming in delicious bowl of broth and vegetables, with nothing but chopsticks and a big spoon. I never quite mastered the technique and had broth and noodles all over my face, but it was a great experience and the flavors were yummy! I hope the Asian ...