La Quinta Inn Waldorf
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... play Hot Cross Buns. Great!
Try to play a scale up and down. That is very good. What an accomplishment for the first year.
Oh! There is the proper attire for a performance that must be worn even for a share. White
shirts and black bottoms. Everyone looks so crisp and clean.
Tape and stickers are used during the year to identify the placement ...
... city.....around the national mall area, it is definitely not like Japanese cities......oh how I was missing Lawson's (Japanese equivalent to 7-11, but much, much better!). When a small bottle of water or soda can cost you upwards of $3, one sort of misses getting a Coke Zero and awesome ice cream sandwich at ANY Lawson's, ANYWHRE in Japan, for less than $3 ...
... too; the American History Museum, American Indian Museum, Air and Space Museum, a few different Smithsonian museums. We didn't stop and have a look at any due to time restrictions - we could have made time but in the end we were happy to cruise about. I think some would be interesting but I'm not disappointed we didn't go to any all the same. We finished up the tour about 3:30 pm - everyone very tired and with sore legs and feet especially. We caught the bus back to ...
Today it was off to the Smithsonian National Gallery of Art West Building (there is an 'East' building too, which is presumably also full of art works, but I didn't get there - next time!)
They say a picture says a thousand words ..... see what you think!
... between important monuments. What monument might be added next? It’s probably only a matter of time until Republicans are in charge of everything again for a while and decide we need to erect a 400 foot statue of Ronald Reagan slaying a communist halfway between the Washington Monument and the Capitol. I personally think it’s time to say the Mall is full and future monuments and museums need to be placed off-Mall in prominent places on the extensive federal park lands in ...