The Eldon Luxury Suites
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... I went to the Museum of Natural History, it was a bloody madhouse, full of screaming kids. some of the exhibits were interesting but the noise was just too much for me to stick around so I wandered home well sated by my Museum Marathon. Sunday brought the Nationals and Braves game at Nationals Park. As it was only about 3 kms from where I was staying, the walk seemed like a good idea. Surprisingly it was a great walk, as I went past the Capitol Building ...
... death of JFK. The home is The Thomas Beall House. The home was built in 1794 by a prominent family.
In 1790 DC was established. The Capital city was to be 100 square miles of land from Delware and Virginia. The city is 68 square miles and the remaining land was returned to the states. Today, 19% of the people in DC make more than $150,000 year. Many are lobbyist. The crime rate is credited the current police chief who is ...
After enjoying the many vendor booths at the expo, I headed over to Arlington National Cemetery by way of a photo stop near the US Air Force Memorial which was amazing in the light of a clear fall day,
I've been to Arlington National Cemetery many times and felt another trip there would be a good accent to ...
... of his time. However, a quote in an otherwise unremarkable section of the room features a quote from Lincoln itself: "if I could save the union without freeing slaves, I would."
Certainly food for thought.
We decide the heat has got too much and return to the fascist world of Duo Hostels. We are chucked out of the kitchen and are threatened to have our alcohol removed (jokingly, but kinda not jokingly) and then go out to find ...
We had a great sleep in our first Walmart car park. After breakfast we did a bit of shopping at an outlet centre before starting our two drive to Washington DC.
We spent four nights in DC with our friend Lauren (who we meet hiking in Peru) in her gorgeous new home in Silver Spring. Silver Spring is on the outskirts of the city also known as the suburbs.We embraced American history by exploring a few of the museums such as; The ...