Holiday Inn Alexandria SW Eisenhower Ave
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... Nicolette, and Jazmine joined us to stare in awe at the beautiful reflection of the Washington Memorial in the water. It was spectacular. I was soaked to the bone, but loving every second. I love love love the rain. It makes everything so magical. <3
Finally, we made our way back to the bus, walking first by the Korean War memorial. In contrast to the Vietnam memorial, this memorial had 19 soldiers in heavy rain gear (which ...
... very easy here, with minimal currents
and depth ranges from 40’ to in excess of 100’. Visibility is usually between
80’-100’. During your dives, you are likely to enjoy sightings of lobsters,
turtles, moray eels, stingrays, barracuda as well as a large variety of
tropical reef fish including damsels, butterfly fish, parrotfish and wrasse.
... was interesting, though it had been a long day and found it ***********centrate. Managed to get rushed tickets to the play "A funny thing happened on the way to the forum" it was quite good and the seat was like 8 rows from the stage. Enjoyed the lead actor the most, he was quite entertaining and engaging and of course funny. At times he struggled to keep a straight ...
... weeks to memorize a 32 page transcript verbatim. After the pentagon, I took the subway back to Arup's place to eat some lunch, rest for a bit and grab my bike. Before I headed to Arlington national cemetery, I went to the USDA farmers market and got a peach. At the cemetary, it was powerful to see the rows and rows of just a fraction of the people who have served in the military. I also saw the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier. After ...
... it posted.
Then we went to the Spy Museum. Kurt, you would have loved the bottom floor. It was completely dedicated to James Bond. Fortunately for me, we had to leave early and get to our next appointment, so we missed some of the Bond stuff. The rest of the museum was pretty cool though.
We had to rush out of there to make our tour appointment with the Bureau of Engraving ...