Holiday Inn Express Washington DC SW-Springfield
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- Swimming pool
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... procession, or march of States as each entered the Union. The States are followed by U.S. Territories, again in the order by which they became such, alternating right to left."
Very complicated, but nicely symbolic I feel.
We continued on to the Lincoln memorial to view the famous statue of Abraham Lincoln atop his pedestal, looking out across the reflecting pool towards the Monument. He is very well kept and gleams white inside his trusty house at the far west ...
... city was interesting..... but you would think if they were planning the city so thoroughly they could've planned to name each street a different name??
The Library of Congress was amazing! Such an opulent beautiful building. Very cool to think Michelle's book is in there somewhere! We briefly saw Jeffersons original library that he donated to re start the collection after the books had been burned in war. We also ...
... is much more difficult, and even with that I have improved immensely. I can’t say much for my accent, although I’m sure my dad has his thoughts on that, I have greatly increased my vocabulary and thanks to Lionel I’ve even learned a few French expressions :-)
Delving into my inner self, I’ve really had a chance to explore who I am and where I’m going. I’ve gotten very familiar, and potentially more comfortable, ...
... we walked to the first museum, the National Museum of Natural History, then to the second museum, the National Air and Space Museum where we still couldn't find the bicycles but saw plenty of other people whizzing past us, still on foot to the Lincoln Memorial where we did find the bicycles but underestimated how far we still had to go so ignored this option, and once again on foot to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Absolutely dead on our feet and ...
... a new one in the first place. The holocaust museum was very confronting. It was very packed therefore we didn't get to ready everything but I read enough. Enough to learn more then I wanted and feel very ill and unsettled about the grotesque mistreating of so many people. As we walked in we got given an ID card of person affected by the Nazis. It then started with the rise of Hitler and then the rise of the Nazi power and the introduction of the Gestapo. What Hitler ...