Fairfield Inn Potomac Mills Woodbridge
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... me at least) Smithsonian museum scene. Stop one was the Air and Space Museum. I had been determined to appreciate the aviation and engineering skill like an adult, but spent the overwhelming majority of my 2 hours there imagining flying in fighter jet cockpits, learning from interactive games how planes actually fly, getting annoyed at the kids hogging the wind tunnel (although I've flown a real plane so the joke's on them), and feeling smug that my reflexes are, by ...
... of church and state), and being Founder of the University of Virginia. What about being President? Not his favorite job! He hated politics. He was, of course, our third President after Washington and Adams. And began a string of three straight Virginians in the White House.
We were given an excellent tour (well worth the $24 admission price) by a wonderful guide. She loved her subject and told stories well. Now that's an ...
... more souvenirs in – eek! Hopefully it wasn’t going to tip the scale!!
By the time Cheryl returned from her walk with the FDD, it was about time to get a good lunch. She left it up to us whether we wanted to try a different pub, or we could go back to Three Compasses where we had the most delicious sticky toffee pudding we had on our trip. I couldn’t shake my desire for some more sticky toffee pudding so the decision was to head back ...
... can send to the following address:
(Please let me kindly remind you about the fact that I’m celebrating my 21st Birthday in DC in about one month... ;-) )
1005 3rd Street N.E., Box 603
Washington, D.C. 20002
United States of America
For my friends and family who desperately try to reach me: +1 (202) 769-7458, but please feel free to just come and visit me in D.C. You are always welcome! ...
... and I was dripped by the Washington Monument rather than at the museums where I'd wanted to go. It was a good chance to see it anyway. Big, tall pointy thing that you can no longer go into because of damage suffered in a small earthquake a while back. <click>. While walking over to the Air and Space museum it was obvious that the Mall itself was undergoing a load of refurbishment - cranes and diggers everywhere, plus some ...