Holiday Inn Express Fairfax-Arlington Boulevard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... balls (from Tangle Sports Matrix, an Amazon purchase), coloring their binoculars from Oriental Trading and sun catchers and making bookmarks.
The kids seemed satisfied with their dinner and the adults had a little down time eating and conversing while the kids played a little. When the adults were done, we took out the birthday cupcakes and sand Happy Birthday to Dougie and then roasted marshmallows. Afterwards, a few of us took the kids ...
... to protect Secretary of War Edwin Stanton, whom Johnson despised. Complications followed, and for the first time in U.S. history, the House of Representatives introduced the articles of impeachment. Johnson's case went to Senate, where, after an eleven-week trial, narrowly missed the 2/3 majority needed to impeach Johnson. Therefore, Johnson stayed put, but remained utterly powerless the remainder of his ...
... Compared to the variety of bars we found in Philly, the area of DC that we visited certainly didn't inspire me. A couple of drinks in, I headed back, and to bed.
First thing on the second morning was to check out the US Capitol. This was also free, and as well as having access to the grounds and the inside of the building, we were also granted access to the viewing area of the House of Representatives. We debate over which side ...
Today was a very productive day. We started out by visiting Ford's Theater where we took in a play. Then we quickly went to the National Portrait Gallery and found our founder, Juliette Gordon Low. Next we became spies at the International Spy Museum. My code name is Kitty Kat. From there we took the metro and headed to the National Mall where we visited the Museum of Natural History and American History. But wait there's more - from there we went to see the Washington ...
... the white house! Still doesn't seem real? Started off on the southern end of the building, saw where the president arrives on airforce one on the south lawn, watched a movie about the history of the building and then moved to the northen end. Were amazed, but not really surprised by the HUGE police force around the building. Also, there were a number of security precautions stopping any vehicle from getting near it. The whole area is a no fly zone (since ...