Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Falls Church - Merrifield
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... with the famous statue of him seated; Roosevelt and finally Jefferson. By this time it was sunset and we decided to walk to the metro to go back to the 8th St restaurants. We thought we would try Ted's family Restaurant on Alexis's recommendation but it was closed so we tried the next closest one which was Italian. It was a good choice as the food was reasonably priced and very good. It was around 10 pm by the time we got home, so a long day and LOTS of walking. ...
... Right at that
moment, a park ranger type lady appeared from the shadows and told us about the
After a minute or two we were in the chamber with Mr
Lincoln. The words of his immortal Gettysburg address were engraved in the
nearest wall. Both Eugene and I agree that this is one of history’s great
speeches, eloquent yet simple and emotionally powerful beyond belief.
The steps provide ...
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 ...
... feeling one gets as you walk through thousands of white tomb stones all in rows. The cemetery has over 250,000 military grave sites and dates back to 1802 - although it did not start off as a cemetery but a big, grand estate, owned by Robert Lee, a southern confederate general - the Brig. Union Gen. (Montgomery Meigs) made the place uninhabitable by burying 1800 civil war dead in their rose garden. I wondered around aimlessly as I often do on ...
... 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 ...