Bethesda Court Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... my top three impressions of Washington: 1) Getting around by Subway was definitely the way to go. Cheap, easy to navigate and we never had to wait longer than 10m for a train. 2) The Smithsonian Museums are vast (and there are like a thousand of them!). If I was going to do this again I'd try to take in no more than two a day. 3) Washington DC was a very clean city to visit. Perhaps I'm a little jaded after ...
... their bread from the sweat of other men's faces, but let us judge not, that we be not judged. The prayers of both could not be answered. That of neither has been answered fully. The Almighty has His own purposes."
Out front was a lit stand and it was nice to chat to Spencer while Helen spoke with the two sisters. They were usually in the middle with two lit carts but today respectfully withdrew a little distance as there was a US ...
... air and space museum which Luke really enjoyed. It wasn't my cup of tea, lots of engineering and space craft rather than fun space science. But we did see the real lunar module which they have in their foyer. Bit of a cool thing to see.
The next morning we were off to visit the Smithsonian zoo! We got breakfast out near the zoom and all that was really around was a McDonald's so we embraced it! I got a breakfast meal that had pancakes, eggs, bacon, a hashbrown ...
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 ...
... we were eventually told that there are around 30 funerals (31 the day we went) at the cemetery every day, and all of them get a 21 gun salute. Though some of these are veterans that had died of natural causes, this was a sobering fact, as many of them were soldiers who’s bodies had been returned from Iraq. After the cemetery, we caught the subway back to the city and visited the World War 2 memorial and the Lincoln memorial, both were ...