Crowne Plaza Tysons Corner
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... Oddly mesmerizing and a great take on British eccentricity, beautiful landscape and a poetry of movement, birds and other, nature/culture.And lastly their superb Sculpture Garden with works by so many great artists mostly 20 thC, much of it known to me- several Henry Moore's and great Rodins's- Balzac, The Burghers of Calais and others, Marino Marini, de Kooning( absolutely a 3D version of his abstracted figurative paintings),Mexican sculptor Francisco ...
... building before walking back to the car. On the way we saw the White House gift shop. I had been looking for this, as I had a coupon for a discount on merchandise. The momentous magnet purchase later, we were about to leave before we dragged. Greg back inside so the the girls could have a picture taken in the "visually reconstructed" Oval Office and President's desk.
The Lincoln Memorial was next. After an adventurous effort of driving to find the road we wanted and a ...
An other great day in the Nation's Capitol. Although I took a Hop On - Hop Off tour bus, I still walked almost 5 miles today.
I had hoped to take the White House tour today, only to find out that the tours were currently suspended.
After a great lunch and Harry and Harriet's cafe, I went to the Capitol Building for a tour. It was ...
... if the person was in the building), or face the other way (if the person was on the plane, facing the flight path the plane took). So that is interesting to note while you are there. Each bench has a reflecting pool underneath it, and all of the benches are arranged from youngest to oldest in age as you walk in. It was a really sombre place, and it is really easy to forget what happened here and that it wasn’t just the World Trade Centre that was ...
We're sitting in the Washington Dulles airport as I write, having completed a harrowing journey through the traffic jams of Memorial Day and a surprisingly not-so-harrowing venture through the new security systems.
Of course, I have just graduated from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, while my dad spent the previous week training staff at Falling Creek Camp. My mom has ...