Holiday Inn Washington DC / Greenbelt MD
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... Virginia and got off at the Pentagon Station to visit the Pentagon and the Pentagon 9/11 Memorial. The Pentagon is the headquarters of Department of Defence and is a five sided building of 600,000m2. Not the most attractive building. It has five floors above the ground and two basement levels. It has a 20,000m2 central plaza shaped like a pentagon and is known as 'ground zero'. It earned this name during the Cold War as it was seen as a target if Russia decided ...
... he was is a complete mystery.
After that, we took a taxi to the Washington National Cathedral. Although a young building, as compared with Cathedrals in UK and Europe, it is built along the same style and construction. In other words, a copy! Still it was cool inside. Still quite outstanding especially the gardens.
By now, we have had enough. Beat a track home for a rest and to pack the bags. flying out to New York tomorrow morning.
... a competition of over 1400 designs and it was spectacular. The stone was reflective and on each panel was the names of those who died listed in order of the dates they died not alphabetically. It was done this way so that when looking the huge number of names you were also staring back at yourself. The first names also started on the middle near the binding of the "book" with the names of those who died last on the other side of the book binding so they were side by ...
... 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 ...
... was very surreal to see up close, as he was famously assassinated in Texas by Lee Harvey Oswald during his term. Next to his tomb was an eternal flame, which was put in place to remind everyone of the legacy he left behind, as he made a lot of crucial changes during his time in office. We then walked the few hundred metres to the middle of Arlington Cemetery, where the famous ‘Tomb of the Unknown Solider’ is located. This tomb is guarded ...