Bethesda Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... and split some Mac n’ cheese and coleslaw which hit the spot just enough to keep us going. The weather was cooperating so we walked to the Jefferson Memorial which is a little farther past the National Mall. The statue of Jefferson is massive at 19ft with parts of the declaration of independence written across the walls. It’s a really beautiful place and more quiet then the rest of the National Mall since it is a little farther. We continued on to the FDR ...
... which had taken off from the nearby national airport. Several motorists an the bridge were killed and most of the plane's passengers died when the plane toppled off the bridge and broke through the iced up river. It's not a particularly wide river at that point so it's hard to believe that only five of six people survived but not many managed to get out of the plane and for those that did the water was so cold that 30-40 minutes in the water was too long. ...
... White House and Washington Monument. Then we headed to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. When it opened we were one of the first ones inside for the day. The museum covers the Holocaust from 1933-1945 and shows how the Nazi party came to power. It also teaches you about the Nazi persecution, mass murder and world war the began during that time. It was saddening to know about these events in our history. One ...
It was my last day at Children's National today and many people within Washington DC had already head to their family's homes for Thanksgiving. I spent the day shadowing bedside nurses on the haematology, oncology and bone marrow transplant ward. It was really interesting hearing the bedside nurses' perspectives and to see their normal working routine. The staffing levels are better than ours; initially you don't really appreciate how much better they ...
... state that we had lunch in-Newark to be exact! I digress... Whilst in the museum, we strolled around their meeting area and admired the various flags of each community. The meeting area had obviously been strongly influenced by the Guggenheim in NYC with the spiral interior space. For dinner, we ate in Chinatown....lol...its even smaller than Chinatown in Brisbane...no....smaller than Sunnybank... We don't think just because the area had an arch at the top of a street entitles ...