Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Falls Church - Merrifield
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... platters. The food was incredible and had so much flavour, similar to Indian food. Definitely something to try again.
We had a fantastic time staying in Washington and left feeling completed recharged. I got in lots of cuddle time with Sammy - Lauren's adorable dog and we filled up on healthy food.
There's so many fast food restaurants in America so it was good to eat lots of salads.
Our next destination, the state of Kentucky. ...
... in hand we drove through the 'approved vehicles only' carpark, taking pictures as covertly as we could...
After we left via the back entrance we drove back to Washington. Darren was sure there was a big black shiny SUV following us since we left the Pentagon – honestly there was one, and at one stage, when Darren cut across 2 lanes of traffic and suddenly pulled over (good excuse to check the GPS and maps) the same black SUV then also suddenly cut across ...
Bit of a late start again this morning. Nice not to have a schedule to stick to! So the US Govt decided late last night to open the Govt, which meant that all the tourist sites would reopen today. We take the bus then the metro in DC, takes about an hour from where Helen lives. No point in driving as parking is expensive and a nightmare.
We take the orange metro line to Federal Triangle and go straight to the Ronald Reagan Trade Centre to get ...
... in the time we were there we heard two funerals going on with gun salutes and bands playing music.
We went back into the main part of Washington at about lunchtime, and went for a closer look at the Lincoln Memorial and the White House during daylight hours! We spent the rest of the afternoon at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, a highlight of which was of course the diamond ...
... interject and provide the settler perspective. But they
will not argue. They will simply show the two narratives, running
parallel but in competition, rarely intersecting. They will ask the
group how to resolve the moment.
The following day, the group will go to Yad Vashem and then Ammunition
Hill. They will learn about the origins of the State, they will travel
to a village at the edge of Jerusalem that was once Palestinian ...