Hampton Inn & Suites National Harbor/Alexandria Area
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... of a good thing maybe. - United States Capitol - I've become quite enamoured with the state capitol buildings, particularly the domes, so I was pretty excited to see the U.S. Capitol. Disappointingly the dome is currently being restored and is completely encapsulated in scaffold. - Library of Congress - bit random but worth the visit. The inside is spectacular and houses Thomas Jefferson's private library, a draft of the Declaration of Independence and a copy of the Gutenberg ...
... with a family laying a wreath at the site. The Cemetery is very well kept and is a credit to the Americans. We then walked across the Potomac River to the Abraham Lincoln Memorial. We were surprised at the size, it was much bigger than we had thought. Then we walked along the pool of reflection to the World War 2 Memorial which had an arch for each American State with a water feature in the middle. This to was very well done. We then walked across to the George ...
... turkey meatballs... It was hard work! People who do that are really strong! I admire them a lot for the work they do for homeless. I was proud to share this new experience with new people.
The sun is shining now, there is no temperature below 10 degree Celsius. With my friends we picnicked close to the Jefferson Memorial where we could benefit of the arrival of spring. Flowers ...
... is the largest building in DC. We learned that there are 19 million visitors to DC annually. Washington DC proper has approximately 700,000 residents. The DC commute area has approximately 6.5 million residents. Commodore Perry’s statue represents that the Navy produced more presidents than any other service branch. The statue in McPhearson Square is a memorial to the highest ranking Union solider killed and a confederate cannon was melted to ...
... Mall. The interior of the Memorial is divided into three chambers and the north and south side chambers contain carved inscriptions of Lincoln's second inaugural address and his Gettysburg Address. The Memorial is filled with symbolism, for example the 36 columns represent the states in the union at the time of Lincoln's death, and the 48 stone festoons on the attic above the columns represent the 48 states in 1922 when the memorial was dedicated.
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