Holiday Inn Express I-95 Beltway-Largo
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... us what the mouse traps looked like when he was a child, he said when the caught them they'd drown them then let them out, it wasn't a very pleasing story. From the Museum we walked down to Holocaust. If you don't know what the holocaust is, it's a building to remember world war 2 were they killed all of the Jewish people in Germany, it was really sad. We walked through a part called ' Remember the children'. All of ...
... the city yet. After we got back to the hotel we rested for just a bit and then decided we were hungry for dinner. We walked to an Italian restaurant. Bryan had a calzone and I had rigatoni with sausage. It was tasty. Desmond has been enjoying little squeeze pouches of food which he can feed himself while we eat. Pretty brilliant. We ended the night with a walk in the rain. It was really down-pouring and the thunder and ...
... to get there and get back, or the bus will leave without us. We hustle down the street, cameras ready, but I’m not sure exactly where the memorial is. We take pictures of something, figuring all the buildings look alike. No one will notice if it’s the wrong one. (See the picture of the "Lincoln Memorial" right there? It’s actually the IRS building with a Lincoln doll we found on the street a couple of days ago. If you look closely, you can just see ...
District of Georgia.
that we would be heading to Washington later on in our travels. He said that if we contacted him when we got
there he would be able to organise a tour of the Capitol Building for us.
Now I know
that tours are conducted of this famous landmark each day, however these are
general tours. We rang Jody on arrival
in Washington, unfortunately the Congress was not in session at this time ...
... guess it was one of life's chocolate boxes. But the Lincoln Memorial was worth the trek and is very powerful - and very big. Touring around the magnificent sandstone and marble buildings with all their pillars and statues it is all reminiscent of the grandeur of Ancient Rome. Hope they don't end up going the same way. We're still upright, just, so why not take a big bus to Arlington Cemetery. It's one of those sights you have to be there to take it all in. We decided to see the ...