Fairfield Inn Laurel
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... building was a fairly short visit- we really wanted to see the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Of course as the documents are so old now they are pretty impossible to actually read but we made out the signatures of Benjamin Franklin, George Washington and John Hancock - which was really great. Beautiful building, too. The handwriting on these documents is so beautiful as well.
Next on our list was a return to the Natural ...
... in one at Kennedy in 2005, and seeing the discovery today, which flew 39 missions up close was fantastic.
The Enola Gay also was a highlight. Thinking about the crew and what they were asked to do in 1945 is spine chilling.
What a day. We left the museum and rode the bus and train back to the hotel, collected our things and headed back to NYC. A great couple of days in DC. Now bring on ...
Today after a fairly late lay in for us we went off at 0800 to go on a tour of the city of Washington DC. Now although it's the Capitol it isn't a State it is a territory and as such has no representation in the senate. The licence plates that we have seen on cars up to now have all had a little message and Washington DC's plate says" No taxes without representation". Ironic isn't it! We went to stop outside the White house but with ...
... into "home bases" with around 14 in each group. It's interesting to note that in the first four years of school the children are not specifically grouped according to grades but rather based on their maturity level and readiness to learn at a particular level. At the end of the four years, the teachers meet with the parents of each child and decide whether they are ready to graduate up to the Intermediate School. This is usually the case, but ...
... when we were children - a stage in our lives when we unapologetically possessed an undying spirit of adventure and courage.
Traveling is not an escape for there really is no door to exit out of the existence that we hold. We are only granted an entry into an exploration of ourselves to find the journey that suits who we are at any given moment while the forces beyond us continually turn the pages of our lives each ...