Holiday Inn Leesburg At Carradoc Hall
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... or a stripe earned when promoted in the services. All the names of the Americas were listed on black marble and we even saw someone find the name of his brother for the first time while we were there.
The next stop was the White House and there was a particularly high police presence as Obama was escorted in around the time we were there. Unfortunately, he did not invite us in for a cuppa though! We took a ...
... us (family will make you fat :)). Maryland crabs, prawns, fried chicken and pancit (noodles) were on the table. While the crabs were nice they are such a pain to shell. But we all sat around the table outside and shelled our crabs and chatted away. The kids ate some of their dinner before playing then later dug into their real dinner of chips and fruit rollups and ice cream. It was nice to be with family and to enjoy home cooked meals.
I will miss my family very much. Uncle ...
... they are during the day. It really surprised me how beautiful they were.
I also learned a lot about Washington D.C. and the monuments themselves. For instance, DC was originally supposed to be 100 square miles in the shape of a diamond. 69 of those miles were donated by Maryland and 31 were donated by Virginia. Virginia ended up eventually taking their land back because they didn't want to be a part of corrupt Washington, so today, the District ...
... and 3 elevators. At various times in history, the White House has been known as the "President's Palace," the "President's House," and the "Executive Mansion." President Theodore Roosevelt officially gave the White House its current name in 1901.
No time for lunch as we were heading to Arlington National Cemetery and clouds were starting to form in the sky, not black ones just white clouds but the were going to mess with my photos that I ...
... interesting but the boys enjoyed it more (of course!). We then visited the Museum of Natural History and spent three hours there (could have spent more!). The Mammal Hall was the most interesting and all the taxidermal creatures seemed so life-like. ...