Fairfield Inn Potomac Mills Woodbridge
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... all museums. Most of them are a part of the Smithsonian Institution, which on the plus side, means that those ones are free entry. The area that all these museums and memorials are in looks really small on the map, but believe me, it's a bigger walk than you'd think!
Jess and I had some time to kill before meeting up with the rest of the group, so we walked through the Air and Space Museum. It was actually pretty interesting, however ...
... degree of latitude north that separates North and South Korea. Totally fun fact, right?
The Vietnam war memorial is awesome, because it lists the name of every one of the over 60,000 American's who died fighting for their country. They have even made special mention of those whose bodies have never been found. It's very cool.
We then headed over to the Lincoln Memorial (which I'd wanted to see ever since the ...
... tend to miss out on when we travel in groups. In their story telling, one can easily feel a deep level of self-reflection. It's because when you travel solo, you have more alone time to process the entire experience that goes beyond the superficial level. As a consequence, solo travelers tend to hold unique philosophical perspectives on life and a strong sense of survival - both being inspirational at their ...
... been specially arranged by the guide in one of the public buildings that had been closed down and so we had to leave absolutely everything on the coach because we would have to go through security screening - and the bus could only be in the spot for 10 mins maximum. We made it with time to spare and all streamed through security without a hitch. The building inside (Old Post Office) was quite lovely but didn't have time to look properly. Was ...
... 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 ...