Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis
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... quote while looking around was below a picture of Edith Dresser in her wedding dress (before marrying George Vanderbilt). The dress was trimmed with lace worn by her grandmother and a veil with lace worn by her mother. A newspaper account declared, “It’s a admirable thing to have lace, and it is also an admirable thing to have ancestors, but when one can have both lace and ancestors it is most admirable.” Also while walking around, Alex overheard a girl ...
... a maximum of about 13 stories.
The relatively uniform height of buildings gives a sense of spaciousness and airiness to the city. In Washington you never get the sense of being in windy canyons or in perpetual winter shadows of buildings as you do in New York or Chicago. The height limit also has the impact of creating a physically large downtown area and feeling of an urban center over a large part of the city. That’s different from so many American cities where ...
... I could have packed all of the clothes in 20 minutes, but I have to give her credit for pulling it off even while I was watching her pick out outfits for the girls grumbling about her need for extreme organization and having to leave soon. I will let you know how it works out later on... Made it to the airport on time and through security in less than 5 minutes. Somehow we skipped in front of 100 or so folks in the security ...
Andi sent us some good travel information - especially what to do to help with the long flights. She also provided info on shoes, clothes, and other important fashion matters. She is very thorough and I'm glad she's our tour guide, and my friend :) She recommended some reading, Eat, Pray, Love which I've read already and also The Desire Map which is about soul searching. ...
These are among my favourite quotes and confirms that it really was about slavery and that Lee had finally met his match in US Grant who was determined to see it through at all costs.
"There is a terrible war coming, and these young men who have never seen war cannot wait for it to happen, but I tell you, I wish that I owned every slave in the South, for ...