Fairfield Inn Potomac Mills Woodbridge
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... from the French Rococo to the
early twentieth century including English and American paintings and a huge
amount of nineteenth century French art from realism to post-impressionism and
cubism. I’d have to say the collection of French paintings is probably at least
as strong as that in the Metropolitan Museum or the Art Institute of Chicago
and the collection of paintings by American artists significantly ...
... which we had to merge with. All if this was with the traffic constant and going relatively fast - hence the quote above. We got to the hotel and our room was lovely! We had a corner suite with a view of the Capitol, which was much nicer than the one we had last time - a backwards-facing room with a view of the One Direction concert. We sat down with a couple of drinks and relaxed for the evening before getting ready for our last full day in the USA!! That's all from us, over and ...
Last night we went out on the bikes and had a look at the Capitol and a few of the monuments lit up. There weren't that many people around and the street lighting was a bit less than adequate but we managed to find our way around. It was a bit chilly but there were still people wandering around in shorts and ...
Hi all, today was our last day in Washington. I can't believe how cheap the clothes are here. Georgia is shopping crazy !!!!!!!! She now has a pretty amazing set of clothes. I can believe we did not take many photos today. But we did come across some amazing ice-cream called Dipping dots. See the pic below. Anyway, the ice cream, is ...
... Hall in Philadelphia which used to be the equivalent of the now US Capitol, wow what a difference. It is beautifully designed and is massive. It originally burnt down during the war by the British in 1812 which I think did them a favour anyway as it wasn't big enough, so it was redesigned a couple times and rebuilt.
We basically stayed on what is called the National Mall (where all the monuments are) for the day. There are beautiful parks/gardens ...