Metro Points Hotel - Washington North
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 3 are from the Marine Corps, 1 is a Navy Corpsman, and 1 is an Air Force Forward Air Observer. They are dressed in full combat gear, dispersed among strips of granite and juniper bushes which represent the rugged terrain of Korea.
Spent a whole day at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum, I was impressed with all the historical pieces they had - the Wright Brothers first sussesfiul airplane & ...
... a little help from the ticket agent we got two $8.00 round trip tickets to the Smithsonian station but after we got on decided to stay on the train one more stop and not change and walk back to the mall. We got off at the National Archives station. It is also where the Navy monument was. We walked to the mall along 7th street through the National Sculpture garden. There was one sculpture that caught our eye. It was an optical illusion. No matter where you ...
... with the famous statue of him seated; Roosevelt and finally Jefferson. By this time it was sunset and we decided to walk to the metro to go back to the 8th St restaurants. We thought we would try Ted's family Restaurant on Alexis's recommendation but it was closed so we tried the next closest one which was Italian. It was a good choice as the food was reasonably priced and very good. It was around 10 pm by the time we got home, so a long day and LOTS of walking. ...
... program was inspiring as speakers such as Sohroeder
Stibling , Executive Director of N Street Village, delivered stories of real
women who overcame hardship with the help of these agencies. Keynote speaker was Mrs. Diana Mayhew,
president of the National Cherry Blossom Festival who was also awarded the
ATA-DC International Women’s Day Award. A delicious buffet of Turkish foods followed
Headed toward Washington DC. Drove thru Lancaster County in PA. Saw lots of Amish. Men plowing fields with horses. Lots of laundry drying on the line, old fashion dresses. Trying to take picture of man with a plow and a guy stopped in a truck and angrily told us they do not like their picture taken and it was ignorant. We were all a little shocked, and didn't take any more ...