Metro Points Hotel - Washington North
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We left Atlantic City at 1pm for DC and on the bus was about 30 passengers. Darren and 1 other were the only white ones. She was TT broke all the rules, talking loud on her phone!, drinking bourbon straight. By the time we got to Baltimore we new what she was going to do for the week, who she was staying with and what was for dinner that night! But …
... I was out, and the rain was pretty steady. Thank goodness for the last minute decision to bring my warmer jacket! I wandered past the White House (no invitation to coffee boo hoo), and then headed down to the Mall (the park area which runs from the Capitol building to the Washington Monument). First stop at the National Gallery to look ...
... to travel to Vietnam for 4 and a half weeks a couple of years ago and I was able to see and learn so much about this war and the people who fought on both sides of it. The memorial was very abstract and powerful. Nicolette and Jazmine said a little prayer at each, and my Nicky and Jack read my emotions perfectly, and gave me hugs at just the right moment. (Of course making me fall to pieces...)
All the kids were so respectful ...
... is down (only complaint, I swear, it's so homely here, they even have a dog here). Who knows, by then I may have beaten my Bryan Cranston picture with a selfie with Obama by the White House. Probably the only way my record Facebook likes could be beaten. Unless it was a selfie with the two of them. One can dream. Even if I don't meet Obama, I always have my selfie with the Lincoln Memorial. Thanks to my coat and bushy travel beard I look ...
... Jefferson, Lincoln, Martin Luther king, Roosevelt & the Korean War. This night was our first true experience of the real cold, and even with polypros and jackets, gloves and hats, we were freezing by the time we reached the bus. The next day we spent visiting many of the special buildings in D.C. - the Capitol building (we got a tour of the two grand rooms) and the White House (here you stand at the gate- we did see Michelle's vege garden ...