Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC / Greenbelt
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... House and the Federal Triangle with its historical buildings that are still used today for some of its Public Service including the Department of Commerce, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of Justice.
Of course we walked from the one end of the National Mall to the other. The imposing Lincoln Memorial at one end and the US Capitol Building at the other end with the Washington Monument in the middle.
We caught the Metro ...
... of one of the Temptations.
On the way to see MLK, we stopped to watch a 2nd grade cricket team, played mainly by West Indians and Pakistanis. Had a bit of a chat with a Pakistani batsman. Apparently the opposition umpire has been handing out LBWs like speeding tickets in Mandurah. Anyway there was a disputed run out when we were watching and there was quite a lot dissent particularly from this fat Pakistani in the outfield. How he could see ...
... pool was drained for winter which was a bit sad but the memorials were pretty good. The world war two was statues did wreaths in sculpture but the other two were really well done. The Vietnam memorial was a long, black, granite wall that gradually rose out from the ground to tower over the top of you ad then taper back down again. It was built like an open book with one half angled towards Capitol Hill and the other side with the Lincoln monument. The lady who designed ...
... He so deserves no matter the size of the church. We both are so grateful to Him for all the blessings He has bestowed on us.
Monday, our friends from Cortland, Ohio, Tony and Ruth, were visiting their daughter in Maryland. They met up with us at our campground and we all went to DC. together. They spent the night in our RV and Tuesday we all headed ...
... us again, and invited us to the opening of his new restaurant called ‘Barcelona’, a tapas and wine bar, the following evening.
Day 22: Today, we woke up, hit up Starbucks (pumpkin bread for me - yum!!) and Subway for a quick breakfast, and then made our way to Arlington Cemetery, a famous cemetery that has some of the nation’s most celebrated heroes and figureheads buried there. We made our way to the grave of ...