Holiday Inn Express Laurel
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... After the souvenir shop, we headed to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. At first, everyone was lighthearted and were super excited to be there, however, after getting in line and getting identification cards each with a Jew our some other targeted demographic from the the Holocaust the mood turned more solemn. From the cards, we headed to an elevator and watched a brief opening movie that explained, sort of, something that happened ...
... death. It showed us that the pop life was not great joy - it could change a person's life. The Spy Museum was good for the last day. It was cool when we got to try to be secret agents. We had a great time in Washington DC. I would definitely do it again.
Maryann: Very, very busy day today. Started at Ford's Theater. We saw a small two-man play that helped explain the events and feelings surrounding Lincoln's assassination without being scary.
From there we ate ...
... where it is very cold my phone has been telling me that it has been minus 17, that's cold.
On the way back home we took some photos and explored some of the streets, it is a lovely area with lots of polite people, the African American people are a happy, friendly group and I love their accent.
... On either side of the mall moving from the Capital Building are the Smithsonian museums and art galleries (all free). After these is the Washington Monument, the large speary thing. From here if you take a direct right you head to the White House, otherwise you continue to the WWII memorial and the reflection pool infront of the Lincoln Memorial. The memorial is where most demonstrations take place, i.e. where Martin Luther King had a dream ...
... the White House. Dinner at Georgia Brown's, upscale low country southern cooking- Yummy. After diner we took a walk to see the White House, sit on a park bench in Lafayette Park, and people watch. Fun to watch people get excited, and take pictures of squirrels in the park.
Back at the hotel, I had to park the scooter in the hotel parking lot, so T waited outside. As she was waiting the President's motorcade drove past the hotel, and that how T saw Obama.