Executive Inn & Suites
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... back to the hotel for a shower. There was a plan to meet up for dinner and go to a restaurant called Bourbon Steak. One delegate asked if they would have enough space for all of us - about 25 - with an airy reassurance. Getting there, however, no-one had booked tables so we split up.
12 of us went into Georgetown for a quite acceptable meal of steak frites before i walked back to the hotel just after ...
... anthem with hand on heart, along with a special acknowledgment of service men and women.
The Mall is amazing with such a broad Boulevard proving a vista from the Capitol building through to the Lincoln monument and on to the Arlington Cemetery. Housed on either side of the Mall are the great museums, all free. We went to the Air and Space section, huge, and did the space race and the development of flight. The displays ...
I got up early and went for another 7-8km run and Amelia came with and rode the bike. Carissa and Amelia took the kids for a drive to a park while I relaxed at home. I cooked BBQ chicken and steals for tea and then the 3 of us played a game of risk while brad worked on his book. We finished off the night watching the first episode of season 5 of ...
... on the tour!
For dinner, we hit Chinatown - we knew we had a winner when seeing 'Wok n Roll' - so had the classic combo of Chinese and a cocktail.
Tuesday, our last day in D.C., we did a self-guided walking tour around Washington - starting outside the White House, before heading to Washington monument, and then getting our memorial on (WWII, Vietnam Veterans, Lincoln, & Korean War Veterans memorials) - all ...
Today we drove to the last city before we had to drive to New York and say goodbye:( Washington seemed like a cool city, as we saw the buildings appear. We drove to our campground, from where we drove into the City. We did an illumination tour, where we saw the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument and the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Korean War memorial and Albert Einstein ...