Holiday Inn Express Dahlgren
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Well it looks like we may try to document this trip to Ireland with a blog. Tomorrow we board a plane for the Emerald Isle. I will try to update you all on our latest adventures but given my history with these types of blogs don't be too disappointed if I miss a few. Next stop Dulles ...
... colors or maybe even plain white. Well, apparently bright colors, especially greens and blues, were very expensive and therefore a sign of wealth. So, the rooms were all very brightly colored. It was like they let a twelve-year-old girl pick the color scheme. It was really neat looking into a robin's egg blue ballroom. I also loved the detailing on the ceilings and mantels and the moldings. It made everything look very grand and presidential. Unfortunately we ...
... and cheese sandwich. It took forever to make the sandwiches. When we finally got the sandwiches and coffee, we sat at a table right beside the marina. It was a beautiful sight. The sandwich was not very good. Each one had just one link sausage split lengthwise. It was a good thing the view was so nice.
We finished our breakfast, picked up our tickets, and waited to board the boat. Once aboard, we took the first ...
... George Washington acquired Mount Vernon, on the banks of the Potomac River in 1754. He spent the next 45 years of his life expanding his home to reflect his status as a Virginian gentleman and to house the many visitors who stayed. Our tour of the mansion showed the furniture and decorative features as they were in 1799, including some rather brightly coloured walls. Within the mansion were mainly bedrooms and dining areas. Smaller buildings beside the ...
... It has the gravesite of the third President in a row from Virginia, James Monroe (our 5th President). It's in an area in the cemetery called President's row because the grave of John Tyler is also there.
James Monroe was the hand-picked successor to President James Madison. They two had been friends for years. The third Virginian in a row to occupy the White House (1817-1825). Monroe was too young to be called a Founding ...