Hilton McLean Tysons Corner
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... We saw people just dealing with it...whatever the “it” of the moment was. And to give them credit, they do deal with it and they get on with it. Think about what New Yorkers had to live through and overcome after 9/11. They are not afraid to say what’s on their mind. And they are direct and I loved that part about New York and the people who live here. They are straight forward. It takes time to understand what folks in this city live with ...
... s own Oval Office over looking Presidential Park. Acting like kings we made the most of it only to later realise that it was in fact not Emma's room, her's was next door... A housekeeper must of left the Presidential Suite open accidentally. Went out in the evening to explore Washington by night, walked passed the White House and surrounding buildings stopped by at a Mexican restaurant for a pasty-look-like and some ...
... we neared the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and found that it was again too late in the day to visit.
We did still have some daylight left so catching the subway at L'Enfant Plaza we headed to the Pentagon. I have read far too many Tom Clancy novels and it was interesting to put a place to the book. There we walked around the nearest edge to the Pentagon 9/11 Memorial where I was reminded of everything that happened ...
... The zoo, like all the other Smithsonian museums is free but we found this zoo a little more run down than the Bronx Zoo. Many of the exhibits were empty and looked run down. No doubt a result of budget cutbacks if you ask the right person at the right time. The whole zoo is on a hill so you walk all the way to the bottom then all the way back up to the top. At leas the metro line is downhill from there. Some items of ...
... for our October trip. They dropped us at the Metro Station and we took the train to Friendship Heights where we met Anne and did some shopping at the Mall.
Karen and the boys went to the Natural History Museum and Chinatown. They also had a fun day. The boys loved the insect exhibits. And of course they loved the ...