Extended Stay America - Washington, DC - Landover
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... close. Last time we only drove past it. It is huge and there are lots of American flags around it. You can go up there but again, we chose not to since the view probably wasn't going to be that great. From the monument you can look towards Capitol Hill and the Lincoln Memorial.
Next we head to Lincoln Memorial and on the way we pass the reflection pool. It reminds me of Forrest Gump so I start saying "Jennay" in my best Forrest voice. Last time I saw the pool it was pretty ...
... I know a couple people have sent comments and I'm getting them through my email but if I didn't respond to your email then I didn't get it:( Have to sign off now because I have some Arabic to study! P.S. Dear dad, I know my grammer, spelling and punctuation is incorrect but I won't be editing these before I post them so I hope you can deal. Love, ...
We then visited the Emancipation Proclamation exhibit. I could have spent hours in there. There was so much to read! We got to see Lincoln’s hat, the one he wore the night he was shot. We also saw the tiniest pair of shackles you could imagine. That was chilling. With such little time in these museums it is so easy to miss things. I have no idea how much the kids were catching, but I hope the snippets they saw were valuable and educational. ...
Today we visited the Smithsonian Castle, had a tour of the U.S. Capitol, visited the National Museum of the American Indian, and finished off our day with a nighttime tour of the monuments. I'm sure you'll notice in the girls' posts below - it rained ALL day!
Maryann, 12pm: Don't you know it, the day we have plans to see all the outdoor sites and the Capitol it is pouring rain. The girls are soaked but learned a lesson ...
... a newbie. From then on, the urge to keep traveling by myself persisted. Even to this day, solo traveling has not gotten old. In fact, once you've been doing it for a while, part of yourself will remind you of the need to do it. In essence, traveling solo has become food for my soul and a much more enjoyable form of therapy.
Besides safety as a concern, I have known by experience and from tales told by ...