The Eldon Luxury Suites
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... should I tell him it is just a movie........
With our legs feeling a little weary by now we walked back to our hotel via the National Christmas tree and stopped by a local dive bar called Lindy’s Red lion(just near where we stayed)where we got $5 burgers which came with chips(which I had forget meant potato chips)and beer(we never got food poisoning so that was good).
For our last day in DC we decided to check out Georgetown a quaint area just near us that ...
... br> The National Art Museum was a great cultural experience for us all (which is another way of saying the kids weren't really too impressed to be there!!) They had an amazing collection of paintings, sculptures, photographs, furniture, plaques, medals and other arty things. Some of the paintings dating back to the thirteenth century.That's really old!! We managed to see some familiar artists and even Steph had a connection with a Monet picture as she had ...
... Neither Arenado or Tulo played ... Jayson Werth (and his beard) had Werewolves of London as a walk up song ... I found out from a friend, who saw on Instagram, that a girl from Yoder, Wyoming was also at the game ... Home Team Record: 13-11 ... Next Stop: Baltimore tomorrow
Distance Traveled: 12,922 miles
Stadiums Visited: 24
Sight of the Day: The Washington Monument and Capitol Building on our drive in. ...
... he told us about the city and the monuments. First stop was the Capital, where we had time to go up and take some pictures. The a general drive around the city, seeing the white house, government buildings, going past the ww2 Vietnam and Korean memorials. We stopped at the Jefferson memorial, we we went inside and took pictures, then went to the Martin Luther king monument, where we could see all this quotes from speeches and the monument was impressive. By now ...
... or less any weather conditions. I was making my way to the museums when I spotted the Old Post Office, a rare bit of architectural variety in D.C. It was due to be knocked down, since it wasn't in common with the new wave of buildings going up in the neoclassical style, but popular pressure saved it, and now tours are offered a few times a day-you can go up the tower yourself any time. I found an entrance and followed confusing directions from security-quick scan of the bag ...