Holiday Inn Washington DC / Greenbelt MD
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... strong patriotism to the ideals and history of this country.
We were particularly moved by the Vietnam Memorial. It is a simple polished stone monument listing all the names of American soldiers lost and missing in this particular conflict. It was a solemn place, however there was a Vietnam Veteran there who moved amongst the crowd with his walking aid, and pages of paper looking up names of fallen friends. The unexpected emotion of ...
... underwhelming. However with its rolling grounds and placed in context with the surrounding buildings, including several important official's offices, we left our first stop happy with our first experience of the city. This was capped with a quick history lesson of the building, including its burning down in 1814 by those pesky British. Also the less interesting origin of the building's name simply coming from George Washington labeling it, "This White House" ...
... lunch then searched for the portrait of Juliette Gordon Low. It was a very beautiful picture of her.
Then we raced to the Spy Museum to partake in our own spy mission. This was by far the coolest thing I have done. Make sure to ask the girls what their spy names are. Then we hit a few more museums before they closed and hit some monuments before dinner out. Be sure to ask your girls about it.
So many more things to do I almost wish we could stay another week... Almost. ...
... each dedicated to a certain group of servicemen. The cemetery is so big that we caught a bus to the major landmarks. We saw the Eternal Flame, Changing of the Guard at the toom of the unknown soldier, Mrs Lee's Rose Garden and Arlington House. Learnt so much about the cemetery and the history behind it Next stop was a mixture of a number of memorials; Airforce Memorial, Vietnam War Memorial, U.S. Marine Corps Memorial, ...
... to DC. on the Metro rail. We had a great time together catching up on families. They lived in Kentucky for 12 years. Leon and Tony worked together at Logan Aluminum. It was great to see them. We haven't seen a familiar face for awhile now. Thank you, Sweet Jesus for the blessings of friendship.
We all were entertained by the interesting plants in the ...