The Eldon Luxury Suites
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... elevator ride down there is a section where you slow down and the frosted glass clears so you can see the inside of the monument and the 194 memorial stones that states, cities, foreign countries, benevolent societies, other organizations, and individuals have contributed to the structure.
As we continued our walk west from this central point we encountered a monster flock of geese. I have been told to include this in today’s blog as apparently my attempts at ...
... myself off on a (somewhat damp) rediscovery of downtown (just 25 minutes walk to the Capitol building) before finally admitting defeat to the elements and retreating onto the subway and going out to eat in the food court at Union Station (again bringing back memories of being there with the boys many years ago). Jerk chicken, rice and peas and spinach for 7 dollars - good value and VERY tasty. The rest of the evening was spent enjoying a beer in a local bar before crashing out ...
... was coming over for the week. The rest of us caught the Metro and headed back to the apartment, we would be meeting them later as we were going to watch another American sport Basketball, the Washington Wizards were playing the New York Knicks. To be honest it was alright, the atmosphere wasn't that great but the game was alright. I think the biggest cheer of the night though came from when they announced free chicken sandwiches for everyone, I'm not surprised ...
... No time for an in-depth look, but amazing buildings and displays. A big walking day - dinner at a lovely restaurant that Paula booked and then walked down to see The Whitehouse by night, not far from our hotel.
... During the walk to the I came across the National World War II Memorial which is very impressive and is split into two sides the Pacific and Atlantic as well as 56 pillars to identify the 48 U.S. States (as it was in 1945) as well as 8 other colonies who fought as part of the American forces. Up next was the reflection pool but due to some repairs (there's a theme developing here) the top end of the reflection pool was closed off. The one thing that did surprise me ...