Hampton Inn Springfield
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... day in Washington. We started the day by getting the metro to Arlington National Cemetery. A very sober place, with acres and acres of headstones stretching as far as the eye can see. We saw the changing of the guard statue tomb of the unknown soldier... There is an unknown soldier for WW1, Vietnam and WW2. E also visited John F Kennedy's final resting place, overlooking the city of Washington, there with his wife and 2 babies. Very sad.
There was one ...
... being made every day. Now we had tickets for the Washington Monument, but on such a lousy day, we decided to do that next time. We also did not go as planned to the National Archives because of the bad weather, so instead went a little early to the Fords Theater and the Peterson House (where Abe Lincholn died). These 2 museums were recently renovated and gave a good history of that a time. Enjoy the pictures. ...
... back to our hotel to get ready to head out again for dinner. It is a wonderful place that was originally established in 1856. It has moved a number of times over the years with its final move occurring in 1983 into what was once the B.F.Keith's Theatre. It has a Beaux-Arts facade and internally there are mahogany and velvet booths and four bars.
We selected the Oyster Bar as our bar of choice, not that we eat oysters but it was a great bar to do ...
... br> We walked over Arlington memorial bridge and into Arlington National Cemetery. Home to 400,000 men and women who served America.
Arlington Cemetery is comprised of land that once belonged to George Washington Parke Custis, grandson of Martha Washington and adopted son of George Washington. In 1857, Custis willed the 1,100 acre property to his only remaining daughter, who married Robert E. Lee. After the Lee family vacated the estate in ...
Absolutely gorgeous weather today so we played tourist. Mary Jane took me to Mt Vernon which was George Washington's beautiful home overlooking the Potomac River.
It was a bit of a lesson for me - didn't really study American history at school - he really was quite an innovative and ...