La Quinta Inn Waldorf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We jumped on a tour bus that dropped us off at the Capitol Building in DC this morning and will pick us back up early this evening. So nice to have someone else drive!
We decided to take the metro down to Arlington. Wow, what a fiasco! It took us about 10 minutes just to figure out how to use the machines to purchase a ticket, then another 5 to figure out how to get the turnstiles to work with the ticket! You could definitely tell we were from out of ...
... off the front though so we couldn't get round. Then a walk past the FBI building and on to The National Archives to view the constitution. I love looking at the document. It's all faded but you can make bits of it out. Most of my education of late has been spent studying this, so to see the original gives me goosebumps. Walking back home we past Macy's and me and mum got some new shoes. She got some sketchers for work and ...
... Martin Luther King memorial. MLK was a devout equal rights advocate and some believe the pioneer toward human rights amendments for all Americans.
The memorial was quite well set up and gave a detailed description of the life he led and the things he fought for. Probably best known for his 'I have a dream' speech at the Lincoln Memorial, MLK ...
... the onset of the Civil War, federal troops occupied the property as a camp and headquarters. In 1863, the government established Freedman's Village on a portion of the estate as a way to assist slaves transitioning to freedom. As the number of Civil War casualties was outpacing other local cemeteries, the property became a burial location. On June 15, 1864 the War Department officially set aside approximately 200 acres of the property to use as ...
... states for locating the capital along the Potomac River. As part of the legislation, Philadelphia was chosen as a temporary capital for ten years (until December 1800), until the nation's capital in Washington, D.C. would be ready."
"The United States Capitol is the meeting place of the United States Congress, the legislature of the U.S. federal government. Located in Washington, D.C., it sits atop Capitol Hill at the eastern end of the National Mall. Though it ...