Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Rockville
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... the original command module used for the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, THE Spirit of St. Louis, and the same exact plane that the Wright brothers used to make the first prolonged flight by man! I was seriously having a ball the entire time. Ible was as well, but I think I can safely say that I showed more enthusiasm about my surroundings than she did. Nevertheless we both learned so much from this museum. Luckily we were able to take pictures so ...
... At least it was for me. The major highlight of the Archives was that it housed all of the original Charters of Freedom for all to see. We got to see the Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, and The Bill of Rights. It was defiantly an awe inspiring moment gazing down at those documents. Now, I could barely read what the documents said due to major deterioration of the ink on the paper but I could still make ...
... was going to be U.S. versus Germany we all leapt in celebration. I remember being on the phone with Irv while I was at school, super excited, as me and a few of my high school students were watching the draw. I remember everyone in the crew who did not have tickets scrambling to at least get the U.S. v Germany game. So when the day arrived everyone was psyched. And the fact that nothing yet had been determined in this “Group of ...
Today I actively participated in D.C. free tourism...after I slept in, of course. First up was the National Gallery of Art. I have been to D.C. three times before but have never been to this museum, probably because I was always with groups of people who would rather see airplanes and rockets. (Not that airplanes and rockets are bad...that is just the one museum I have been to every time). The National Gallery has ...
... brick mansions, and cobble stone streets lined with spanish moss laden live oaks. So far, Savannah has easily been one of the most beautiful towns I have ever seen. We walked by General Sherman and General Lee's civil war houses (which comically were situated across the street from each other), and beautiful old cemeteries and civil war statues. An old friend, Kait, was gracious enough to put us up for the evening and show us ...