Hampton Inn & Suites National Harbor/Alexandria Area
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... Leigh and Denise have booked a night bike ride to view the monuments at night. It is an easy ride (not too many hills) and the guide is very knowledgable. The monuments look just amazing lit up and the guide provides a comprehensive history and explanation of the sites we visit. We get to stand on the spot Martin Luther King made his "I Have a Dream" speech at the Lincoln ...
... it left. It was so big and breathtaking it was a shame we didn't book a tour to go inside, but I was r e a l l y expensive !!! After the White House we had look in the American Museum of History. It was really interesting l you got to stand or sit in one of the trains, it had sound affects and lights oh and vibrations so it felt like the train was actually moving it was pretty cool. We had a look at all the different mouse traps. ...
Emily had a bit of a restless night, tossing and turning and whispering all night. Dad and mom didn't sleep much either.
When we woke we had breakfast, then took the metro to the National Mall. We had a nice walk to the Lincoln Memorial and mom and dad had a very pleasant conversation about politics. Emily decided that she didn't need her hat anymore and mom and dad didn't notice until it was too late. Dad ran back a ...
... bus for a tour around town. If any of you remember the old grundy's / Cavill ave area of surfers paradise ( think ripleys, arcades, wax museums, shooting galleries, side shows, haunted houses etc) well multiply this by 100 and you might get close to Clifton Hill at Niagara Falls. I guess while the adults go to the casinos, the kids are released here. Incredibly tacky. There are four bus routes. The most cultural visits the ...
I went to the National Museum of Natural History where there are various specimens of animals (like mammals, insects, birds, ocean animals), plants, fossils, collection of art paintings and photography etc... My favourite part was the one where we can see animals made to measure, people could travel in all continents and see their different species of animals. When I arrived in the part of Human origins, about stories that men descended from monkeys, I took a picture ...