Days Inn Arlington, Pentagon
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... to leave in the afternoon, heading to Dallas.
Later that afternoon, as I waited in the gate area, I could tell the flight was full. My zone, printed on the ticket as Zone 4, the last group to board. Since I had so many electronics in my carry-on, I did not want to have to check my carry-on. I wished to avoid the rough handling and the cold temperatures of the cargo hold. I decided to plead my case to the gate agent. Bad idea. ...
... come to the far side of the tidal basin, I continued on to see the Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) memorial which I had not visited before. I entered the memorial from the exit end (not mandatory, but at the end of the time line), but it was still very impressive and very, very well done. FDR, having served longer than any other US President and ...
... Constitutional Avenue to walk to the US Capitol Building (unable to walk up stairs blocked off and with Security all around). Across street was large pond and monuments. Jayde and Deb frightened a squirrel in a garbage bin to take a photo with squirrel nearly jumping on Jayde with fright.
Would have loved to have at least another two days to view more museums and monuments.
Back to our hotel for tea and early sleep ready for Orlando (Disney World).
... and slammed the door super hard. Then WALAAAAA! It opened! So cool. So if Ryan or I ever get locked out of our hotel room we know how to get in! He was really embarrassed but I told him those sorts of stories make the best memories! Plus, as we were leaving the maintenance man who figured it out shook our hand with a giant grin and explained it was his first day on the job and he was pleased he had figured it out! We drove to Arlington and talked a little bit about what it ...
... that included information about the news and freedom of speech in the different countries but the next one we were excited about was Anchorman. It showed how the story of anchorman came about, had TVs with the parts of the movie showing, the costumes, questions with Ron Burgundy and a photo op- Ryan and Ron! Overall we both enjoyed the museum. After that we headed to the national archives building where we were able to see all the ...