Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore/Arundel Mills
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... the clear view of the monument... makes one just smile. Here
I was.. standing where Abraham Lincoln was being enshrined, where Martin Luther
King gave his "I have a dream" speech. It's a good idea to just sit
here and breathe it all in.
I didn't have time to see all the spots so had been
selective and very time managed. But then, the open top bus made a stop in-front
of the Spy Museum.. and I sat still contemplating whether I should.. could miss
The Catholic University of America is located in the
northeastern part of Washington, DC. The name makes it sound like it’s the
center of the Vatican in America, but the reality is that there are hundreds of
Roman Catholic institutions of higher education across the country. I hadn’t
been there before and it wasn’t of much interest to me until I read somewhere that
The Basilica of ...
... stories up It was another glorious day to go and view the White House. Unfortunately the President was too busy saving the western world to invite us in for tea. We feel he owes us after his people dumped all our tea into the harbour. Next we visited Arlington Cemetery the final resting place of JFK and the thousands of military personnel who gave their lives in conflicts all over the world. The crowds silently watched ...
Said goodbye to Orlando Florida this morning and took 2 hour plane ride to Washington DC settled into the Omni Shoreham Hotel. The cab ride in passed quite a few of the sites we will be visiting in the next couple of days - The Lincoln Memorial and Arlington Cemetery just to name a few. Did a bit of a scout around so we can find our way to Union Station by 7.30 in the morning for our tour to ...
... to note:
- A monument differs from a memorial in the following manner: A memorial is constructed after the person has passed away, whereas a monument is constructed in their lifetime.
- My favourite of the sites was the Roosevelt Memorial. The reasons for this include the sheer size of it. I am not talking height, I actually disliked the gigantic structures of some of the sites, they seemed too ostentatious, ...