Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Washington DC-Northeast
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... fresh. The dressings do not even use sugar. Instead, they use agave nectar as a sweetener - a great way to add an additional $2.00 to each salad, hah! It seemed like a very trendy place for people on a lunch break, and I really enjoyed it!
When I finished lunch, I went on a quest to find Embassy Row. I had never been there despite having come to DC on tourist trips many times, so I was very curious. I really wanted to find the Embassy of Brazil, but of ...
... concrete lined tunnels. Stepping out from the station is such a contrast from New York, it's clean, bright and surprisingly low attractive buildings. Not a high rise to be seem.
Our first stop was the White House Visitors Centre to pick up maps & information & we were more than a little surprised to have to go through another security check, that's number 7 in 3 weeks! It's not located particularly close to ...
... walking distance between the Capitol building and the Abraham Lincoln memorial. Our first stop was the midpoint between these two, the White House. I really was expecting it to be a huge building with 4 wings, additional garages etc. However, it was a moderately sized white building not particularly impressive, literally a white house.
We had booked a tour at the Capitol building (Thomas was getting very excited about seeing the home of ...
... had told me he was in DC for a comicon event, and I told them that if they put positive energy out there and believed they would see him that they would! Well, guess what!? It worked! They are sooo cute! A bunch of our kiddos met a group of students from Connecticut, and Ian and Chucky have about 15 new girlfriends who were drooling over them. Cute.
We made our way to Union Station for dinner and to meet up with Mrs. Winter who went to ...
... With guns being legal here, the country scares me at the best of times let alone when getting screamed at for sitting on the wrong seat of a train. I was ready to turn around and get back on the plane, to the politeness of the English. It's too early to give in so we went to the Caribbean for a few weeks first - to ease into this new culture.
The time has come, for us to begin this epic road trip. The first of two parts is with Mum and Dad on the East Coast. We have ...