Holiday Inn Alexandria SW Eisenhower Ave
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... in hospital. However as Elizabeth & Andrew also missed some of our days in Washington the three of them stayed behind on Monday when we left and visited the places they had wanted to see. What is known as the "Washington Mall" is a huge park containing the nation's main memorials and is a very significant area. It is adjacent to the Smithsonian Museums and other places of interest such as the White House and Capitol Hill. Australians ...
One place we’ll never be going back to was Gatlinburg. Literally straight out of the canopy of the forest this bustling town erupts with so many dodgy and decrepit attractions it felt like Vegas all over again. The sad thing was we would see families spending all their time at these attractions rather than enjoying the park which was right on their footstep. Such is life.
... at different locations and take pictures of the monuments at night. The pictures and stories from tonight have made lasting memories in our hearts and will be educational treasures in our classrooms!
Off to bed we go! In the morning we will be picking up our car and driving to Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington! That afternoon we will make the 5 ½ hour drive to Roanoke for the production of “The Lost Colony.” Sweet dreams from the ...
... of the United States. Each document was unreadable due to severe fading, and as such were contained in specifically monitored glass vaults. We were very excited to find a little indian takeaway restaurant under our hotel this afternoon. It certainly wasn't one you'd recommend to friends to hang out at, however, it did have a great drink special... $2 coronas! We ended the afternoon toasting the days activities, another unbelievable day on our epic ...
... major inspirations, now these buildings are over a thousand years old. Washington was officially incorporated in 1790/91. Ipso facto the buildings are built to a style common to the Roman era but are most definitely not that old. The buildings are impressive and very well built, however when you go a few blocks away from the Mall you are immediately in any other US city. This leads to a certain disconnect and makes the city feel a little like a Hollywood movie ...