Days Inn Dumfries
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... occurred to me what if they saw it as a crime or something and
arrested me ... so I took some steps back and walked up to the guards and just
sweetly asked.. "umm .. will be ok if I cut through the grass for a better
view?" They looked me up and down and said "Sure, just make sure you
don't go too close to the bushes, they are loaded with motion sensors and
alarms" GULLLP! I said thank you and obviously didn't walk on the grass.
Next stop was ...
... the most beautiful cities we have been in so far. It is classy and stately. On Day One Washington, DC we did a walking tour of The National Mall (that does Not mean Shopping) but included the White House, War Memorials, The Capital and gardens. We put on miles and miles. Definitely tourist friendly area with so much to look at. We were doing the proverbial rubber-necking constantly. On Day Two Washington, DC: we saw the National Geographic ...
... two collections of related art
is a little confusing. Why are they separate? I’m not entirely clear on that.
The American Art Museum is supposed to have one of the largest collections of
American art in the world, although it seems like only some of the highlights
are on permanent display with much of the museum’s space devoted to ...
... Such housing developments consist of interminable new,uniform, suburban housing ( town houses and single family ie free-standing houses) interspersed with large strip malls, the largest being 1.5 mils of outlet stores, and still plenty of greenery in between, largely government parks. The single family houses in Ellen's broader area some 24 ml from DC and hence a commuter area, are large- 2 floors plus basement large enough ...
... rain.Preparing for a gathering of family and few friends at 5pm tonight for Sams graduation, Ellen bakes a huge turkey and glazed baked ham and garlic bread and carrot salad , another friend made an asian glass noodle salad and I bought champagne for a toast. In addition to the family were Gisella (German-American) and Sean her African-America husband, Giovanni (Italo-American) and Nancy who lived with Ellen ...