Holiday Inn Laurel West-I-95/RT 198W
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... life, and the resulting self ridicule when I (inevitably) fail. That was the next, and more profound, thing I noticed while coloring: there was no room for self judgment or ridicule. There was no "right" way to color the tree. I had only to color it. Whatever colors, whatever style I chose was not right or wrong, but simply mine, and therefore beautiful. At the end of 30 minutes, my mind was calm, clear, and full of childlike joy.
It all made ...
... picked out a dozen to take them home and eat them after dinner. We were still to full from lunch to eat them in store.
On our way out of Georgetown, we strolled through Francis Scott Key Park on accident. This was a little corner park decorated with tulips and a trellis covered in vines. There were a couple of informative kiosks about Francis and a little bust statue of him. Good ol' Frank, just a simple lawyer that went to war and wrote a poem. And now he has a park. And a ...
... full day again. We left about 3:30pm and walked down the National Mall to the Washington Monument (big Egyptian looking obelisk). Tickets to the top were sold out so we just checked it out from the bottom, took a few photos of the monument, down across the reflecting pool to the Lincoln Memorial and then across the park to the White House (which looks less than impressive, small, from here??). We walked back up to the sculpture park but only Matthew felt like ice skating and ...
... could get a job here one day. Great gap year idea. Working at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum!
Aaron was very excited to see the Vinn Fizz there as he has read an adventure book about it (and somehow I managed not to take a photo of it so we will be back there again tomorrow! Lucky its just down the street).
Some of the exhibits included Early Flight and the Wright Brothers, Jet Aviation, Golden Age of Flight, ...
... stunning. Some of the Italian art was painted in the mid 17th century. Across the hall was the French and Dutch masters. Words can't describe how stunning these works of are are. Monet, Rembrandt, Van Gogh. All originals. Bec took some photos as they actively encourage you to share the art.Made our way back here for a short rest before it's off to dinner, followed by an early night and an early start for our drive south in the ...