Hilton Garden Inn BWI Airport
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... he saw us. We had a few drinks on a few different rooftops. It was nice to be out but nothing extremely large for a Saturday night. We had a big day on Sunday - a lot of tourist stuff to get done and a lot of walking. As I did it last year, I sort of knew my way around and was Cassie's tour guide. We put our gym clothes on and headed straight for Obama's place - The Whitehouse. I loved seeing it again. The flag was flying so Obama was home. We then did the ...
... up names and taking photos, some were in wheel chairs and people were thanking them. The memorial is a very long polished granite wall with thousands of names in chronological order according to when they died. Back to the bus stop where we waited for over an hour for the yellow loop bus. The bus is a good idea but they are not nearly frequent enough. Got up to DuPont circle pretty late and had a quick snack at the firebox bakery which was run by ...
Many people died during the war. In honor of them we buried them in this cemetery. On the tombstone it has a sign which represents the persons religion. The tombstone also says which war they served and on the back of the tomb stone there might be a name. The name is the person their buried with. After going to Arlington, I had a deeper appreciation for the people who died for our ...
... Memorial (the black wall), the WW2 Memorial and the sky-scratching Washington Monument. It's amazing to be in these iconic places that you see in movies so often. Read about the Washington Monument here:
After hitting the food and souvenir vendors, we spent about a half hour at the White House Visitor Center reading/watching about its history before a walk around it. ...
... collection of history and science they have under one roof. From the actual plane the Wright brothers flew in, to the boots of Neil Armstrong, room after room was full of interesting information and items. A very popular part of the museum were the flight simulators. Much fun was had going upside and round and round- and that was just Mr Brown and Mr Leinenga... Next ...