Fairfield Inn Potomac Mills Woodbridge
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Woke up and starting packing out bags as we were leaving New York this morning. Shani and I went for a walk into Time Square and saw Nick Lachey doing the morning show. Had a look at a few more shops and then walked back to the apartment to finish our packing. Packed up everything the did a check of the room making sure we hadn't left anything ...
The tower is widely recognised in civil engineering folk law. It is the World’s tallest masonry load bearing structure and is comprised of 88 million bricks and thousands of tonnes of stone. Impressive.
That structure paled in comparison to this incredible feat of architectural brilliance. ...
... ceiling at the statue on top of the Capital. It represents Lady Liberty. The statue is facing the east so that the sun never sets on her. We learned that the sun never sets on freedom. In the lobby we were able to see a marble replica of the statue that showed its size true to scale. We quickly noticed that all the rooms were filled with large marble and bronze statues. Each state was allowed to create two statues to represent their state. Tennessee ...
... it was just me but he a right mood on with the others too, a real bundle of joy.
All Paul's aunts and uncles were there and were very welcoming and interesting. We sat and ate dinner in the evening with everyone and shared our story's of our travels, along with them giving us suggestions of where to go. It had been a long and busy day so we headed back to the hotel and I watched the Bruce Lee story.
Day 68 - 28th November 2013
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... who served during the Vietnam War and finally there is also a statue called "The Three Servicemen' which shows three different GIs from the Vietnam war. After the Vietnam it was a short walk to the Lincoln Memorial which is a huge monument but to be honest until you see it in the flesh you don't really appreciate how big it really is. I then climbed up the steps to check out the statue and lo and behold there was a big chunk of scaffolding stuck to it. It was still ...