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This morning Scott and I drove to Old Town Alexandria to explore the city. We had a fantastic time walking around by the harbor and down the old city streets. So many of the houses were historical landmarks and the streets had the oil lamps (which are now electric lights). We ate lunch at the Charter Room which overlooked the harbor. We were able to watch boats come and go ...
... were the differences in how laws are enforced, such as the case for the death penalty which is punishment for murder in both California and Texas. Despite the death penalty being law in both states, 40% of those sentenced for murder in Texas are executed whereas only 1% of sentenced murderers in California have the death penalty carried out.
Next I visited George Washington University where Dr. George Solomon, Professor of Management ...
... it get in the way of enjoying what there was to enjoy. And there was a lot. We sang with our friends, saw Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral, visited art museums, did sightseeing, attended evensong and a concert and two plays. Not bad for barely more than a week!
Given the challenges, we are glad the trip was brief. But it was a fine vacation in a beautiful country and one of the world's great cities.
... so I could try to see it. It would be pretty tight. Having totally 'geeked-out' at the A&S it was time for some Natural History. The last time I'd been to a museum like this was in London when I was about six, so this was a real treat. There were huge sections on the oceans (including an educational on the Lionfish epidemic in the Caribbean !) and on mammals and Evolution itself. Only around 40% of Americans believe in ...
... The coffin was on a horse and carriage covered by an American flag. We all got totally drenched during the tour (see photos!).
We watched the changing of the Old Guard which maintains a 24-hour vigil at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers. Every hour in winter and half an hour in summer, there is a ceremony where a new soldier takes guard of the tombs. The Tombs of the Unknowns are those soldiers yet to be identified (currently three men). ...
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